Dog Portrait Photography

Posted In: Family Photography

Photographing dogs is enormous fun. I take a lot of portraits of dogs on their own, or as part of a family group. There are a variety of different photographs here, if you are interested in finding out more and want to find out about pricing please do get in touch.


When I photograph dogs it’s the same as people, I am looking to capture a moment and the authentic personality.


I love the relationships that people have with dogs, a really strong bond and connection which is immediately obvious to see.


As you can see from the above picture on the right dogs aren’t the only animals that get into the picture. Some can even steal the limelight!


Family groups are great fun and its amazing how well behaved the dogs can be.



Here are some more photographs from my photography of dogs, either on their own or as part of the family groups.








I hope you enjoyed looking at these photographs. As you can see they are all very different. If you are interested in booking  a portrait session that features your dog please get in touch and we can talk through the best way of capturing the photographs. Just like my Family Portrait Sessions I make then fun and keep the dog entertained to capture its authentic personality.

About Me:

I am a Family Portrait & Wedding Photographer, I also create photography and video for business offering on-line content and marketing support. I run regular introduction to photography training courses, ideal if you you want to learn how your camera works and take better photographs. I am based in Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park and work throughout Scotland including Glasgow, Stirling and Edinburgh. See more at my website – or call me on 01360 661029.

Further Reading

If you want to find out more about my photography sessions please have a look at Family Photography Sessions: What To Expect. You can also see some more examples at Family Photography in Glasgow. I hope that you enjoyed this one on Dog Portrait Photography, please leave me a comment below or connect by social media.

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