New Studio Pet Photography Sessions!

I’m so excited to share something that I’ve been working on for a while now – my brand new studio services! After nearly five years in business, I’ve decided to expand my services and branch into this area of photography. My aim is to maintain the same quality of work that you’e come to expect from my on-location photography (which will still be available) and apply my own unique style to a different medium that people will love.

To celebrate my new service, I am offering TWO awesome never-to-be-repeated offers:

To find out more about what exactly the various session types include, check out the Sessions & Pricing page on my website.

Here’s a taste of what you can expect from my studio photography sessions. I’ve maintained my crisp, clean and personality-laden style. I shoot with lots of light and encourage my models to move around, show me their personality and most importantly, be themselves in front of the camera!

Currently I am shooting with a grey background only, but in future I am expanding to a few different shades of grey in addition to some amazing new colours.

First up, we have Tashi the Tibetan Terrier. Tashi is nearly 9 years old but you’d never guess it! He’s the hairiest dog I’ve ever come across and I wanted to capture that in his session, along with his fun-loving personality!

Archie is a six year old Jack Russel cross. Due to an unfortunate encounter with a four wheel drive a few years ago, Archie has just the one eye, but manages to pull it off due to his built in pirate eye patch! He’s very food motivated and loves to perform his best trick – “spin” – for anyone who has a yummy treat!


Luna is my “little girl” – yes she is a Great Dane, but trust me, a very small one! She has quite a following on her blog and on Facebook and if you’ve been following my work for a while, you’ve probably seen her helping me out with some modelling here and there. She’s usually not the best model and tends to adopt a rather bored look as soon as I point the camera at her, but the studio seems to suit her more than on-location work and I managed to bribe her with a little squeaky tennis ball which she loved!

Buster is a very intense, very energetic Mini Bull Terrier. He’s a pretty smart boy as well and uses every trick in the book (and quite a few of his own original ones) to engage you in a game!

Cosmo was rescued along with 10 litter mates plus his mum at a very young age. He was adopted out and has certainly found his feet in his new acreage home, with plenty to keep him occupied. He’s a Husky X Border Collie and as you’d expect, displays traits of both breeds. At just 15 weeks old, he’s a very smart boy and also quite devoted to his new dad and mum. Cosmo has a very calculating way of looking at things and you can almost see the cogs turning as he works things out!

If you like what you see, please take advantage of the great offers above! Just email me at pix@charlottereeves.com.au or call on 0402 322 973 to reserve your booking time and day. I’m looking forward to seeing you and your pet in the studio soon!

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  • Stephen John Reeves

    10 July, 2012 at 8:53 am Reply

    Do a wombat.
    your eye for detail in a photograph is unequaled.

  • Ann Stebbing

    11 July, 2012 at 2:53 am Reply

    Love the variety of your dog photos. I also photograph dogs and find your photographs inspitational.

    • admin

      6 September, 2012 at 9:41 am Reply

      Thank you Ann!

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