Some things just fill your heart without trying. I love documenting the special bond between you and your fur-baby
The Dogumentary at home
1 / How I work for this shoot
All dogs have unique characters. Finding their character in photographs is just like getting to know people. I spend a bit of time learning from you, your dog's sweet habits, quirks and behaviours. Remember, this is a documentary about what you typically do with your dog.. tummy rubs, roll around, tricks and treats. Most of the shoot is at home but it's nice to finish with a walk around the block or the local park with your pooch. I also specialise in photo shoots that capture the sensitive and emotional last days with your best buddy. Never hesitate to connect with me on this subject - this is something I feel extremely passionate about.
2 / Service Description
For this style of shoot, here's what you'll receive: • A curated collection of your final edited images as high-resolution jpegs. This collection is approximately 80+ images. • 1.5-2 hour shoot at home (up to six people plus dogs) • Your photos are meticulously edited and post-produced with my signature style of colour and black and white treatment. • The collection is delivered via a password-protected, online gallery from my website. • I’ll provide detailed instructions about how to download and save your images. • A license so you can enjoy and use the images for our own personal use - they are yours to keep, make giant art prints, archive for your family history etc. (for an archival box of beautiful prints or a custom-made photography book, please see 'Additonal Options').
3 / Fee
¥120,000. This shoot fee covers all inclusions as per the service description above. For more information about my fee structure, please read 'Shoot FAQs: how much does it cost?' Want to actually touch and hold your photographs (and not just store them as digital data)? Complete your package by adding either: a box of beautiful archival prints or a photography book. Please take a look at 'Additonal Options' above.
Angela & Martin Saxby
“We contacted Hayley as soon as we knew we had days left with our 15-year-old labrador, Henry. There is no doubt about it, Hayley is an animal lover from the heart. We have the most cherished photos of our last moments with him quietly resting at home and saying goodbye to us.”