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Jun 4, 2016 | Client Sessions, Dogs, Shetland Sheepdog

Timing plays a hugely important part in the world of pet photography. A session can be scheduled for any date and any time, but if you really want to get the most out of your photos, choosing the right moment can make a world of difference!

Barney’s session was a perfect example of this. We originally set a date way back in December 2015 – the day of the session rocked up and – guess what? It rained. The good news is, I’ll always reschedule a shoot, so we set a fresh date in January. You guessed it – rain! It took three attempts before we finally got the perfect day in April, but trust me, it was worth the wait!

Spring had sprung at Castle Ashby, with daffodils and wildflowers blooming left right and centre, and this talented little Sheltie got stuck in straight away, posing it up like a pro! A little nervous of my big scary camera box at first, we soon put him at ease with plenty of encouragement (and chicken!) before setting off on our little adventure through the gardens. We could have settled for a rainy winter session, but I hope you’ll agree that waiting that little bit longer has certainly paid off!

Shetland sheepdog in the woods
Sheltie in the flowers
Shetland sheepdog in flowerbed
Sheltie on a bridge
Dog in daffodils and flowers
Dog at Castle Ashby Northampton
Dog in gazebo
Dog sitting on grass
Dog standing on lawn
Dog under archway
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Dog on bench with flowers
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