This event has been canceled. Please view our other Tampa area pet photo shoots at agoldphoto.com/events/tampa.
AGoldPhoto Pet Photography is Hosting a Pet Photo Shoot Fundraiser for Maxx and Me pet Rescue
Date: Thursday, January 10
Time: 6 – 8 PM
Location: Four Leaf Crossfit
30534 FL-54, Wesley Chapel, FL
- The photo shoot sitting fee for each pet is $50. $35 of that will go to the shelter.
- You’ll receive an online gallery with photos from the shoot to choose from
- Pre-purchase each digital edited photo for $20 upon registration
- Post-purchase each edited edited digital photo for $25 once proofs have been delivered
- There is a minimum order of 3 digital photos
- You can expect the proofs within 3 weeks
- You’ll be sent an invoice for the amount of digital photos you’d like to purchase through PayPal, which can be paid by credit or debit card if you don’t have a PayPal account
- Prints are not included, but can be purchased as well
Each dog does require its own time slot. If you would like photos with multiple dogs, photos can be taken together and if they don’t cooperate, can be taken separately and edited together.
If you have 3 or more pets, you may find it more economical to schedule an in-home pet photo shoot or even a Group Pet Photo Shoot Party.
- Can I be in the photo with my pet? These events are just for the pets
- Can my cat come? Cats don’t usually do well at events. We suggest an in-home photo shoot instead.
- Is the sitting fee refundable if I can’t make it? Yes, if you let us know 24 hours in advance. If you don’t show up, your sitting fee is not refundable
- Can these photos be used commercially? No, but we do offer commercial photo shoots too.
- What if I have multiple dogs? Each pup does need their own spot.
- What if my dog isn’t cooperative? We never want to force a dog to have their photo taken. If you think your dog will be nervous or scared, please consider a private pet photo shoot instead. Check out our other Pet Photo Shoot options to see what we offer.
Adam from AGoldPhoto uses photography to tell stories of adoption, rescue and highlight various animal welfare issues. The goal of the photos is to bring traffic to his website, but once you are there, you’ll learn something too. His unique approach to working with animals allows him to showcase the pet’s personality in ways most people haven’t seen. Adam occasionally volunteers at the Humane Society of Tampa Bay to take photos of adoptable animals as well.