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Cuddly Cavoodle Obi Rouge

Cuddly Cavoodle Obi Rouge

It was my second time photographing at this home, but my first time meeting Obi Rouge the cavoodle. He had big paws to fill, and that he did. Obi Rouge loved food, but didn't need it as a bribe. He took a great deal of pride in fulfilling requests. Affection was his...

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Patton the Schnauzer, Stealer of Hearts

Patton the Schnauzer, Stealer of Hearts

Patton the Schnauzer was a delightful energetic little fluff, full of enthusiasm for life. Which is both a blessing and a curse for us when it comes to pet photography! So we chose a small park across the road from where he lives with his mum. Being somewhere Patton...

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Tibetan Terriers Boondi, Nanook & Buttercup

Tibetan Terriers Boondi, Nanook & Buttercup

Tibetan Terriers aren't a particularly well know breed, but as you can see they are absolute cuties! They almost look like teddy bears. This was our second time photographing Boondi and Buttercup, but the first time we met Nanook. Nanook is often mistaken for being a...

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Puppy Alert! Meet Westie Nat “Fyfey” Fyfe

Puppy Alert! Meet Westie Nat “Fyfey” Fyfe

Did someone say puppy? A puppy melts even the coldest of hearts. Even if that heart just had her Italian leather shoes chewed on. What's not to love? Fyfey was ADORABLE! A floppy, fluffy pupper who was very, very flirty! It was the second time we have photographed...

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Rottweiler Mobi & His Sibling Overlord Kimba

Rottweiler Mobi & His Sibling Overlord Kimba

What a fun photo shoot! We started by giving Mobi the Rottweiler all the attention, so kitty Kimba could get used to me. We also knew Mobi wouldn't let up until he got some love, like most rotti's he was a big softy. He ran around the garden pulling out all the stops,...

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Backyard Photography With Leo, Shandy & Storm

Backyard Photography With Leo, Shandy & Storm

Backyard Photography The Aussie backyard is iconic, complete with lemon tree and green grass. It also happens that a backyard session is a great location choice for your pets and family. Firstly, being in their own space keeps your fur babies comfortable and candid....

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Bella and Koda’s Sunset Pet Photo Shoot

Bella and Koda’s Sunset Pet Photo Shoot

Bella the Blue Heeler and Koda the German Shorthaired Pointer really don't mind what's happening as long as they are invited. So that's exactly how their pet photo shoot progressed. With epic enthusiasm, goofy moves, and lots of tongue kisses, Bella and Koda certainly...

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Dogs That Prefer Their Hoomans – Micky the Wolfhound

Dogs That Prefer Their Hoomans – Micky the Wolfhound

There are three types of dogs; dogs that prefer dogs, dogs that enjoy hoomans and dogs equally, and dogs that prefer their hoomans. Micky is definitely the latter, so much so that he must be sitting on, or at least touching a hooman at all times. As you can see in the...

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A Westie Overload! Meet Hamish, Maysie & Dougal

A Westie Overload! Meet Hamish, Maysie & Dougal

I felt the warmth and excitement oozing from this family as soon as I entered the double gates of the fenced in doggy exercise area. The Westie pups ran over to me in a mixture of barking and madness, all pawing at me to be first. Dutiful hoomans followed closely...

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Family Photography with Milo & Oreo

Family Photography with Milo & Oreo

Our sessions are all about fun, even our full family photography sessions with the pets. We are not your typical portrait photographer, we're capturing fur family photos full of personality. And how could they not be fun with they feature your pets? Check out why our...

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Mini Schnauzer, Lizzie, a bundle of floof & joy!

Mini Schnauzer, Lizzie, a bundle of floof & joy!

I met Lizzie the mini schnauzer and her family on a beautiful spring day early October. It took a moment to settle Lizzie, as she isn't great with meeting new people (which you'll know is nothing new for us if you've read about Frida & Khalo, or Peppi!). But once...

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Beach Loving Alfie the Border Collie

Beach Loving Alfie the Border Collie

Alfie the Border Collie was a delight to photograph. He was so obliging, cooperating with every idea that came. My pet photography subjects are not normally as well behaved, though they are always willing to have fun. I think that's why I love being a pet...

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Jack Russell Siblings – Meet Jack & Sam!

Jack Russell Siblings – Meet Jack & Sam!

I love live music. Whenever I see instruments in a house, I will come up with a reason why they should be played. And that day was no exception. When I heard that Jack Russell's Jack and Sam love it when Dave plays, that was the only opening I needed. This pet...

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Cats Sox, Smudge and Lacey, and Their Doggo Sibling Bella

Cats Sox, Smudge and Lacey, and Their Doggo Sibling Bella

To be able to capture the uniqueness of each pet, it's necessary to focus on one at a time. So that's what we did. Bella insisted on going first (as a lot of dogs do). She put on a wonderful performance of doggy tricks, love and sookiness, all while flirting non stop...

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Ginger Tabby Kisses & His Brother BooBoo

Ginger Tabby Kisses & His Brother BooBoo

Cat photography is not an exact science (just ask Frida & Khalo, or Alf & Eliza!). Mostly I spend far more time chilling out, waiting for the cats to relax before I can start photographing them. But that wasn't the case with Kisses and BooBoo. Ginger tabby...

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Are You A Chocolate Labrador fan? Meet Chief!

Are You A Chocolate Labrador fan? Meet Chief!

Calling all chocolate labrador fans! Chief was a wiggly, waggly bundle of fur and fun (although really, aren't they all?). He enthusiastically greeted me with licks, and whipped me with his tail. I know, I know, it's a hard job, but someone has to do it! One thing we...

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Photographing Shy Cats – Meet Frida and Khalo

Photographing Shy Cats – Meet Frida and Khalo

I'll be honest, photographing shy cats has it's challenges, and our first photo shoot for Frida and Khalo went belly up. I entered a lounge room full of loud activity, with everyone feeling excited and nervous. The cats, as a result, were not happy. Especially as...

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Toy Poodle Lily and Her Kitty Siblings

Toy Poodle Lily and Her Kitty Siblings

I was excited to meet Lily, the apricot toy poodle. I'd been told she is as small as a wee puppy and cute to boot. I entered, my eyes caught sight of her, and wow, what an understatement! There she sat in her PJ's, nestled into her dad's arms, and I immediately...

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The Studio Noah Team

Taryn Giles

Taryn Giles

Production Guru

Brenda McAuliffe

Brenda McAuliffe

Owner/ Head Photographer

Sarah H

Sarah H

Office & Bookings Manager

Frequently Asked Questions

For most of us, having our photo taken isn’t something we do every day. While many of us have a phone filled with photos of our pets, having professional photography of our furry best friend is a bit different.

We’ve compiled a lists of our most commonly asked questions.

Can’t see the answer to your questions? Send us an email or give us a call so you can get the most out of your pet photography shoot.

Can I be part of the photo shoot with my pets?

Yes of course! We aim to capture the bond between people and their animals. You are a huge part of your pets life and capturing you having fun together or cuddling is very meaningful. If you choose not to be in the photos, we may still ask you to assist, even if it’s just incorporating your hands to embrace him/her.

Can I have more than one animal in the shoot?

OF COURSE! It’s important for us to be aware of the number of animals before we arrive for the shoot. Extra time may need to be allocated for shoots with more than 3 animals, or a variety of different animals. This just makes sure we capture beautiful images of all of them.

Should my pet/s be groomed for the shoot?

It’s a personal choice whether or not you want to get your pet groomed before the shoot. If you decide to have your pet groomed, a very small trim and a blow dry is often better than the full cut- you want them to look natural.

DOGS- Be careful with the grooming just before a session (especially with a new groomer)- often mid way through their growth cycle looks best. If you decide to get your grooming done and you haven’t had it done before, let your groomer know that how long you like their hair and that they will be having a photo shoot so need to look as normal as possible.

Does Studio Noah photograph in the studio?

No. Studio Noah comes out to an outdoor location of your choice or can come to your home.

What locations does Studio Noah recommend?

We photograph mainly at peoples homes, local parks and beaches, depending on what type of pets you have. The location is mostly about where you and your pets like to spend time. Cats will be most comfortable and co-operative at home.

Active dogs may be better at a location they can run around freely like a park or if they are water lovers then a beach, whereas smoochy dogs are quite happy to lounge around on the sofa. Some dogs require a fenced in location as they are not great off lead. Please discuss this with us, we may know a location that can provide this, or will suggest a home shoot. Horses are great in their paddock and also at a beach if they like water.

Contact Us

 

Email: info@studionoah.com.au

Call: 0488 550 705