Danielle Spires Photography
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PET PORTRAITS

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PHOTO PACKAGES:

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$100

30 minute studio session

1-2 people + 1 pet OR 1 person + 2 pets

3-5 minimally retouched photos

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$150

45 minute studio session with YOUR CHOICE of backdrop

1-2 people + 2 pets OR 2 people + 1 infant + 2 pets

5-7 professionally retouched photos

1 5x7 photo print

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$180

60 minute studio session with YOUR CHOICE of backdrop

Full family (3-5 people) and 2-4 pets

7-10 professionally retouched photos

1 8x10 photo print + 1 5x7 photo print

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$200

60 minute double exposure photo session

1-2 people + 1-2 pets

Professionally designed and retouched double exposure photograph

1 8x8 or 8x10 photo print + 1 5x7 photo print

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HOLIDAY BACKDROP WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR DECEMBER SESSIONS!

Need a holiday card, but also want one of my original backdrops? Choose the Gold or Platinum packages and you can choose the holiday backdrop PLUS any other backdrop!

BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT OR PURCHASE A GIFT CERTIFICATE BELOW:

All appointments will be at my DTLA studio. If you’re interested in an in-home pet portrait, email me for rates!

ABOUT PET PORTRAITS:

Over the summer of 2018, I lost my beloved cat Noguchi to aggressive lymphoma. His death was so unexpected, and while my partner and I were trying to recover from the shock, our beautiful dog Isabelle succumbed to brain cancer in the same month. In true Chaos Theory fashion, my second cat Panton was diagnosed with thyroid cancer a month later. He had the thyroid carcinoma removed and is recovering nicely. 

The debt from cancer bills, vet visits, hospitalizations and euthanasia has been astronomical, topping out at $24,000, which has been unexpected and crushing. 

I started shooting pet portrait sessions to help chip away at my vet bill debt, but more importantly to give people cherished keepsakes of their best friends. I truly believe everyone should have a professional photo of their pet because it’s something they can hold onto forever, and be proud to display in their home. I'm so excited to be a part of this process and see the love and happiness between people and their best furry friends. If you'd prefer in-home portraits, please email me! I'm happy to come to you! 

PBS Nature, “The Perils of Pet Photography, Interview with Danielle Spires

Intro to Pet Portraits by Danielle Spires, shot and edited by Irena Murphy!

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INSTAGRAM: @CATPARTYPETPORTRAITS