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Outside The Lines Pet Photography
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Oliver is a Boston Terrier living in Washington, DC. At the consultation his parents decided they wanted to do a sunrise photo session in front of the US Capitol Building. The great thing about this location is that by just turning around we can get images of The Washington Monument as well. For the images below we only moved 10ft to get two very different backgrounds. Check out olivers images below and if you want to learn more about his pet photography session please check out our blog post

http://www.otlpets.com/blog/oliver-the-boston-terrier

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If you look at our previous post you can learn about the pet photography event we did in DC. At this event everyone received an 8x10 image of their dog. However we had people who loved their pet's images so much they couldn't resist, and ended up purchasing additional artwork. Some people purchased more 8x10's, others purchased framed prints and canvas gallery wraps. Check out this 30x40 canvas gallery wrap of Lewis. Isn't it just the cutest pet photograph? It fits so well in the space which is why we often recommend going larger than you think you need.
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So we just did a pet photography event in Dupont Circle. The images were captured on a crisp white background, and the event helped to raise $480 for PetConnect Rescue! There are a ton more photos on the blog so visit

http://www.otlpets.com/blog/pet-photography-event-in-dupont-circle

Don't forget to sign up for our newsletter so you can attend our next event in Washington, DC!

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It's winter and you may not be thinking about your pet photography session yet. However, if you want to have the most amazing images of your pets, you need to start planning now. Here are three reasons we recommend scheduling your pet photography session months in advance.

3 Reasons to Schedule Your Session Months in Advance:

1. We only schedule 3-5 pet portrait sessions per month
2. You can select the best season and time of day for your pet
3. It allows you to choose the best day of the week

We have a ton more information on our blog post and we answer two other questions you may have before you schedule far in advance. Read more by clicking on the image below.

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Erin wanted to have her dogs photographed outside of the US Capitol Building in Washington, DC. We decided to do a sunrise session in order to get some vibrant colors for the pet photography session. See more images by viewing our blog post.

http://www.otlpets.com/blog/top-trained-dogs-at-an-iconic-dc-location
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We just created a page showing some images of our printed products. We offer canvas gallery wraps, metal prints, and a few other beautiful ways of displaying your pet's portraits. Even better... we actually show what the products look like on the wall rather than just a close up! Check out what some of our clients have purchased.

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Nahla is an affectionate dog who was bursting with energy. We first met Nahla at our one of our DC pet photography events, at the Cheeky Puppy in Dupont Circle. Her owner, Brittany, saw a vibrant metal print and thought one of Nahla's images would look great printed on that. Our assistant briefly talked about the option of having a regular session in order to capture her personality and create the best photograph for a large metal print. Brittany thought that was a great idea. Learn more about our session with Nahla by visiting the following link:

http://www.otlpets.com/blog/nahla

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Are you considering commissioning our pet photographer for a session in the DC area? If your pet photography session is taking place in a public location often we will need a permit to photograph there. The price for a permit ranges from about $85 - $250 in the DC, Maryland, and Virginia areas. The average photography permit in DC is about $160. We have some more information in our blog post...

http://www.otlpets.com/blog/photography-permits
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You have seen the pet photography samples we brought to your home and looked at the different sizes, but you still can't decide how large to print or how the photographs will look on your wall. After all the samples do not have your images on them and it can still be hard to visualize. That's why we have a program called ProSelect to show you exactly what your art will look like on your wall at the correct size. In order to use ProSelect we just need one thing from you...

http://www.otlpets.com/blog/how-photographs-look-on-the-wall
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Before the photo session some clients tell us that their dog is not the best behaved, and don't think we will be able to get the best photographs. Fortunately that doesn't happen because we always capture great portraits of your pets. Sometimes it takes a bit more work and a bit more time but that is not a problem at all. There are multiple things we do to make sure your dog looks best in their pet portraits, read more by following the link... http://www.otlpets.com/blog/my-dog-is-not-the-best-behaved
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