Hello, my name is Amanda and I am an award-winning Pet Photographer based in Barleythorpe, Rutland.
As an Associate with the Master Photographers Association and the official breed focus photographer for Edition Dog Magazine, I am confident that I can capture images of your pets that you will treasure for a lifetime.
I hope you enjoy looking around the site, and, if you like what you see and would like to book a session simply head to the shop page or contact me.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Not all photography businesses are created equal
Your pets are the beating heart of my business. Because I am a Pet Photographer first and foremost, I not only know ALL the tricks and tips to create incredible images of your four-legged friends, but I’ll also love and adore your precious animals, it’s just who I am.
I create art. Sure digital files are available and many clients choose to add them to their order, but here at Rutland Pet Photography, the primary focus is on creating tangible, beautiful artwork that will bring you joy for years to come.
Count on quality. Whether your artwork is handcrafted in London or printed on to archival prop canvas with Fine Art UV Varnish, rest assured that it comes from the best artisans in the business. If you’re used to photo prints from Boots, you’re in for a revelation!
My dog won’t sit still
It’s okay! I promise you that I successfully photograph hyper, untrained dogs ALL of the time. I guarantee that we’ll be able to create images that you will love.
Here’s a secret: Most of the dogs you see on my location sessions were wearing leads during our session. After some delicate Photoshop work, you won’t even know your dog was on a lead.
We can even use a special long line lead to safely create action shots if your dog can’t be off lead or if we are in an area where dogs are not allowed off lead. And with my arsenal of duck calls and squeakers, I know how to get your pup’s attention. You let me know what kind of images you love and I’ll bring the tools and the know-how to create them for you.
What should I wear for my Equine Photoshoot?
I like to aim for 2-3 different outfits for your session to allow for the most variety, and of course, different locations will work better with some outfits than others.
You will receive a full prep guide for you and your horse when you book your session
Whatever you choose, remember this image is going to go on your wall so it is important you feel comfortable in whatever you choose to wear.
What could possibly be better than some beagle puppies to brighten up your day.
A preview of Jodie Hall-McAteers Equine photoshoot with Rutland Pet Photography in Hyde Park. Isn’t Cilla the cutest pony you have ever seen!
An insight in to a location dog photography session with Rutland Pet Photography.