“Dog's are not our whole lives, but they make our lives whole.”
“This was my second session with Danny and he hit it out of the park again! Working with 2 unruly puppies isn’t for the faint of heart but Danny is a true professional!”
Cypress Lucky Mutt Rescue
I am proud to volunteer my time and photography to be a part of Cypress Lucky Mutt Rescue, a non-profit organization dedicated to saving dogs in need and finding their forever homes. My wife Tammy and I also foster when we can.
Please consider adopting the next time you are thinking of getting a dog. You will save a life, and you will feel so good for it.
These are a few of the CLMR alumni that I have had the joy of meeting.
Pricing & Packages
Up to two dogs per session for just $250. Additional dogs would be $50 each. At least 20 full resolution, professionally edited digital images.
In memory of my most loyal boy, Chip, I offer these discounted sessions when the end is near, so people can have a beautiful memory of themselves and their beautiful friend.
How long are the sessions?
There is no set time. Most last from 30 minutes to an hour. If your pet takes longer to warm up to someone new, or if there are special needs, I will take as long as we need to make sure we get great photos.
How many photos will we recieve?
I don't limit it to a specific number, as I believe you should get all the photos from the session. That may be 20 or it may be 50. As long as it's a quality photo, technically speaking, you will get it. There may be a photo that doesn't speak to me, but you may think it truly captures your dog, so I want you to have them all.
Do you ever shoot in a studio?
No, I'm not a "studio guy". My goal is to capture the true personality of your best friend, and I don't believe that happens sitting in a plush chair in a studio. It happens when they can breathe the fresh air and feel the sun on their face.
I don't feel comfortable letting my dog off a leash. Will that be a problem?
Not at all! I would never want to do anything that you felt may put them in danger. I'll use Photoshop to remove the leash from the photos.