Your pets are not just pets… let’s face it… they are your furkids… So why not treat them like the STARS they are?
Everyone loves to take happy snaps of their pets. But, creating cherished portraits of your best buddies takes planning, care and patience as well as good timing (and plenty of treats).
Based in Melbourne, PAUL TADDAY PHOTOGRAPHY specialises in creating art for your walls that showcases the whimsical and unique character of your pet.
Specialising in bringing out both the majestic and goofy sides of your pet's personality. Character-driven images with a touch of whimsy.
My goal is to give you and your pet an enjoyable and memorable photography experience, to design and create artwork that you will adore and be proud to display.
Seeing and capturing the bond between people and their pets is just magical and it's incredible to be able to produce lasting images of your pet that you’ll love to admire forever.
"Photos tilt your memories toward the good experiences you've had, simply because you're more likely to take photos of joyful times. That's important, because due to a phenomenon known as 'negativity bias', it's easier to recall bad times than good ones. Having snapshots of the latter keeps them vivid in our minds." - Gretchen Rubin
Patience is a virtue and as a pet photographer, I have it in spades! You may think your pupster won’t stay still long enough, or may be too uncooperative for a photo session. But bear in mind, a great photo of your furkid only takes 1/1000th of a second! There are ways and means to get that perfect pose and it’s really not as difficult as you might think. My bag of ‘tricks’ includes an endless collection of silly noises, movements and treats which are very difficult for even the most stubborn of furkids to ignore.
There's nothing more rewarding to me than to unveil the final printed artwork to my clients, to see their response when they view the results of their photo session for the very first time; and to share the joy they experience in seeing the personality of their best friend captured in print.
If you don't think photographs are important, wait until they're all you have left!