Bark & Gold Photography provides on-location photography of Pittsburgh pets and their people, and choosing the right location plays an essential aspect in the final look of your images. Below are my recommended locations that I know work well along with more about that specific location.
While these locations are provided as a starting point, I am happy to discuss additional options with you. If you have a specific spot or look in mind for your pet's session, please let me know and I will assess it for feasibility. Please note that certain locations, including those exceeding a 30-mile radius outside of the zip code of 15001 or that require more than one (1) hour of travel time, require an additional travel fee that will be discussed prior to booking that location.
Once you've narrowed down your location, be sure to email your choice with the subject line "Session location," to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Tips for In-Home/Backyard Sessions
An at-home session is often the best option for cats, extremely anxious/nervous dogs that do not fair well in public spaces, or for Rainbow Sessions with aged/ailing pets who may not feel up for traveling. While shooting at your home can produce meaningful, sentimental images, there are a few key elements that make your home extra special and help produce images similar to the ones shown in my portfolio. When preparing your home, yard, and outdoor spaces for your session, please do the following prior to our session.