Session Types

 

 

Full Session $250

Only available April to October

 

Designed to provide a variety of images perfect for creating collections

including stunning wall art and beautiful high quality albums.

 

  • 60 – 90 minute session (1 or 2 dogs)
  • 25-30 meticulously edited images
  • Web-ready digital files of ALL images
  • In-home image reveal with product samples to view
  • Online Gallery for downloading of web-ready files
  • In-person delivery of products

 

ALL Full Sessions take place on location in Vancouver

 

 

Mini Session $150

Perfect if you’re on a budget but still want a beautiful piece of wall art

or a small collection of high resolution digital images.

 

  • 30 – 45 minute session (1 dog)
  • 10-15 meticulously edited images
  • Web-ready digital files of ALL images
  • In-home image reveal with product samples to view
  • Online Gallery for downloading of web-ready files
  • In-person delivery of products

 

ALL Mini Sessions take place within metro Vancouver

 

 

Please note:  Session fees do not include any high resolution digital images or products

 

For a complete Product Pricing Guide contact me

 

 

Check out the products ‘here’ or learn more about ‘What to Expect’ 

 

Currently payment accepted by e-Tranfer only
GST/PST does not apply may change at any time

 

 

“Margeaux is an outstanding pet photographer. We were recently part of a photo shoot which included photographing three dogs at once. Margeaux was sweet and patient with all the doggies and us as owners. The photos were outstanding. She captured all of the dogs personalities and different colouring perfectly. I highly recommend her for both personal and professional use.” – Stephanie Gosselin

“Margeaux really captured the best of Sunny’s expressions & lots of variety of “poses” & scenery. One thing I noticed was how fun the session was and how relaxed we all were. I think Sunny really liked “modeling” & she loved the photographer”- Alix Bawlf

“Margeaux was great to work with, communicated clearly at every stage of the project, and took some exceptional photos of Iris. She took her reactivity issue into consideration when selecting the location for the shoot, choosing low-traffic picturesque areas where we could be safely away from other dogs.” – Christina Peressini