Pet Portrait Photographer Cumbria
Portrait photographs of the pets who are part of your tribe
Tribal Images‘ Samantha (Sam) Foster is one of the few pet portrait photographers near Carlisle. She specialises in portraits with personality and that extends to the animals in your tribe too.
Sam’s detailed studio portraits capture character and she’s keen to make the most of locations around Carlisle. Your pet dogs and cats, horses and even exotic animals can be photographed in settings that tell a story or that make the most of their personality.
A pet photographer who invests the time
Sam understands that pet portrait photographs take time and patience. She’ll talk to you about what you’re looking for, about your pet and its personality and then she’ll suggest options for how best to capture your pet on camera.
“Photographing animals is just as hard as photographing children. Every owner recognises a particular expression or look and I need to work with them to capture that in a pet portrait. It’s worth the effort and my clients love the results.”
Celebrating the character of every pet
Tribal Images photo shoots in Sam Foster’s Carlisle studio are all about telling the story behind a face and celebrating the personality in each portrait. Sam works in colour or in black and white to create very personal images that capture the character of her subjects.
If you’re looking for a local photographer near Carlisle to capture the personality of your pet, Sam loves the challenge of animals of all ages. And she’s happy to capture your pet with the rest of your tribe or on their own.
To discuss what might be possible for your pet, it’s worth giving Tribal Images a call on 07966 035123.
Out in the wilds
For many Cumbrian pets, it makes sense to aim for photographs outdoors. This might be on a favourite dog walk, in a pony’s field or just bringing out the wild side of your cat in the garden. Sam Foster of Tribal Images loves to use locations across Cumbria to tell the best story and bring out the personality of your pet.
“A dog at home can look pampered but a dog out on its regular walk can look completely different. I like to vary the location depending on what the owner is after and we’ll often agree to do a mix of images to see what sums up that pet best.”