Dog & Pet Portraits in Belfast
Ready to hang wall portraits from £135
PPANI Pet Photographer of the Year 2017
(2nd Runner Up)
We love all pets. After all, they are honorary members of your family. Glyn the Dog is certainly an honorary member of ours… and a silent (but barking) business partner too! Whether you are a dog person, a cat person or have a big furry lionhead rabbit… we would love to photograph them. Have a portrait taken of your furry friend on their own or incorporate them into a family photo. We love working with animals and our studio is totally pet-friendly (Glyn the Dog even has his own sofa in the office!) and there is always a big bowl of water standing by.
How much does it cost?
We don't charge for our portrait sessions. However, we do require a £25 deposit to secure your booking. This is then taken off any products that you purchase at your viewing and ordering session. Our stunning range of wall portrait products & frames start from just £135. We offer 10% off any wall products purchased made at your initial viewing and ordering session. Every customer is different and we aren't pushy sales people. To give you an idea, most people spend between £300 and £800 a session with us.
Booking your family/pet shoot
To book your portrait session with us you can call us at the studio on 02890 99 77 98... or you can do it yourself online at the bottom of this page. We are very easy going and don't charge for our studio shoots. The cost of our time is included in the price of our products. We do however require a £25 deposit to secure your booking (which is then taken off the cost of any products that you purchase). We will offer you a range of times to find the very best one for you.
Getting ready for your shoot
The most important aspect of any shoot is that you feel comfortable and relaxed. Happy people make happy portraits. We make getting your portrait taken a fun and easy-going experience.
For family portraits, we suggest wearing clothes that make you feel good. You know the ones! Avoid wearing white or really pale clothes... because you will vanish if we use a white background! You might also want to wear matching socks... as you may need to take your shoes off to walk on our background. Clothes that may age, such as ones with logos, are best avoided.
If you have a favourite hobby and have some props... BRING THEM WITH YOU! They make for awesome pictures and also tell the world who you are!
For pets, we suggest feeding and walking them before the shoot. If they are like our Glyn and very excited, we would recommend hiring them out as much as you can beforehand! Bring their favourite toys with you too!
If your shoot involves a little one, we understand that some wee'uns become ill or just aren't in the best form. If this is the case, just give us a call and we can re-schedule. We don't mind as cancellations are included once free of charge.
Seeing your photographs
Once you shoot is over, we will get you back in again to see your pictures on our big projection screen for an ordering session, usually a week later. We arrange this time with you before you leave on the day of your shoot. It is also a great chance to see the products that we offer and to purchase any that you like of your favourite images. We will give you a full price list in advance so you know what to expect. Again we are not "pushy sell" people.
We specialise in fully finished ready-to-hang wall portraits. Digital files can be purchased, however only when accompanied by a wall portrait.
Wall products range from £135 to £720
Find out more
Check availability & get in touch
Graham Crichton Photography,
A110 Portview Trade Centre,
310 Newtownards Road,
Belfast BT4 1HE,
Phone: 02890 99 77 98
I don’t think we can say how amazing Graham and Hannah are in this review! But we are so glad we found Graham! We’re not one to pose for photos. Come the wedding day, it felt like a pleasure to have Graham and Hannah at the wedding! Our guests loved them, Graham is fun and enthusiastic, but also discrete!
Fiona & Adam Stunning wedding photographs at Limepark Cottages