A walk through the forest with the dogs
Jonathan Yearsley - Pet and Equine Photography
by Jonathan Yearsley
2w ago
A chance to spend some quality time with Skye and Izzy? If I have an opportunity, there is nothing better than taking my two working Cocker Spaniels, Skye and Izzy, for a morning of running around Nercwys Forest with some training time mixed in too. It’s one of their favourite places in the world and as I’m sure many other working Spaniel owners would confirm, any chance that they can have to belt around the trees, heather and ferns searching for a dummy can’t be missed. Of course, it did involve them finding every muddy puddle and little culvert they could, so a quick wash down before they ..read more
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2023 – A year long review
Jonathan Yearsley - Pet and Equine Photography
by Jonathan Yearsley
7M ago
Did 2023 fly by, or is it just me? As we close on 2023, it’s difficult to fathom how quickly the year has passed! Indeed, this year has accelerated by, much like the intense storms we’ve experienced recently. I look back on a bustling 2023, marked by unforgettable moments spent on location and in the studio alongside magnificent dogs and their devoted families. As I approach my twelfth year specialising in dog photography in 2024, I am keenly aware of the incredible fortune I have in this line of work. Throughout the year, countless clients have expressed their admiration for my profession ..read more
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Why You Shouldn’t Wait to Book Your Dog’s Photo Shoot
Jonathan Yearsley - Pet and Equine Photography
by Jonathan Yearsley
1y ago
The importance of capturing your dog’s personality and likeness throughout their life, and why waiting too long can result in missed opportunities Time Waits for No One – Not Even Your Family Dogs As the saying goes, life is too short not to capture the essence of your loyal companion. Whether they are mischievous puppies or wise seniors, every stage of your dog’s life is worth preserving through photographs. Just like humans, dogs go through phases of growth and change. Their youth, energy, and undeniable cuteness won’t last forever. That playful spirit and the adorable puppy eyes are fleet ..read more
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Myths About Dog Photography Debunked
Jonathan Yearsley - Pet and Equine Photography
by Jonathan Yearsley
1y ago
Myths about dog photography debunked – common misconceptions before booking a pet photography session. I want to talk about some common myths and misconceptions people might have about booking a professional dog photography experience. As a pet and equine photographer, I understand there might be doubts or concerns about getting professional pictures of your furry friends. But fear not because I’m here to clarify things and show you why it’s worth it! If you’re worried about the cost, your dog’s behaviour, looking for tips or thinking sessions can only be in the studio, I’ve got you covered ..read more
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Preserving Memories: Why Every Dog Deserves a Timeless Portrait
Jonathan Yearsley - Pet and Equine Photography
by Jonathan Yearsley
1y ago
Preserving Memories: Why Every Dog Deserves a Timeless Portrait Dogs hold a special place in our hearts. They’re our loyal companions and confidants and an integral part of our families. As dog owners, we cherish the moments we spend with them, from long walks in the countryside to playful romps in the park. But what happens when our beloved canine friends pass away? How can we preserve the memories and honour their unwavering loyalty? The answer lies in the power of a dog photography experience. Capturing the Essence through dog portraits: Every dog has a unique personality and spirit ..read more
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My top pet photography tip for how to get an epic shot of your easily distracted dog looking right into the camera
Jonathan Yearsley - Pet and Equine Photography
by Jonathan Yearsley
1y ago
Does your dog suffer from ‘Squirrel syndrome’ when you are trying to get those perfect photos? We all know the problem…we’ve spent the last few minutes trying to get our dog to sit in the perfect location with the best background for you to create that memorable photograph. Think of that incredible view behind them or up on the best log in the forest. They’re sat still, looking at you the one minute and then ‘Squirrel’ they look off to the right/left, and then they dash off chasing the flighty little bird/rabbit/leaf/butterfly that has caught their attention. Only some dogs have a perfect si ..read more
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Tips for taking the perfect pet portrait with your dog
Jonathan Yearsley - Pet and Equine Photography
by Jonathan Yearsley
2y ago
Are you struggling to take photographs of your dog? We often struggle to take photographs that do our dogs and their character justice. Perhaps they’re just too fast for you, and you end up with a blur of a tail and nothing else. Or your dog is too dark, and all you can see is a pair of eyes. Maybe they’ve got a short attention span, and you can’t get them to look at you or the camera for that perfect shot and the authentic moments. Here are a few tips for you to use when you are next out enjoying life with your dogs, ensuring it’s a fun experience too. CLICK TO REQUEST INFORMATION ON A SH ..read more
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2021 – A review of the year
Jonathan Yearsley - Pet and Equine Photography
by Jonathan Yearsley
2y ago
Want to Another year has passed by so quickly 2021 has been a struggle for everyone, but I’m so pleased that when the rules allowed me to re-open I’ve been able to meet so many lovely dogs and their owners. I’m very grateful to those clients who trusted me to capture their dogs out on location and travelled to spend time in our little part of the beautiful North Wales countryside. Looking back through these images it’s strange for me to see that obvious gap where the first quarter of the year is missing.  Those sometimes foggy days, the frosty/blue/cold tones to the Winter session ima ..read more
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Dog and owner photoshoot
Jonathan Yearsley - Pet and Equine Photography
by Jonathan Yearsley
2y ago
Can I and the family be in the photographs? That’s a question I sometimes get asked by my clients when they book a dog photography session with me.  Perhaps I’m not asked the question enough, because too many of my clients actually prefer to not be included in the images.  That’s such a shame, as we enjoy amazing relationships with the dogs in our lives and we really should make sure that that is captured during the session too. If you glance at my main galleries (location and studio) you will mainly see images of dogs.  Perhaps there are the odd images that show elements of m ..read more
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Behind the scenes – Skye in the river
Jonathan Yearsley - Pet and Equine Photography
by Jonathan Yearsley
3y ago
I’m lucky to have a pair of dogs at home that are my, sometimes reluctant, models for new locations.  They do love water though and any chance of exploring a new forest walk is going to be taken up with happy giggles from them both. My older WCS, Skye, has had a lot of time invested in her training but sometimes the location proves a little too exciting and her stay isn’t quite what I would like the first time around.  But like everything in life, a little patience and persistence mean you get there in the end. I love the final image and how it really captures her spirit in the s ..read more
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