No animals - or clients - were harmed in this post


Spring is just around the corner and I’m sure lots of parents are already picking out those adorable Easter outfits for their little ones and looking for some fresh photos for their mantle. The requests are coming in and I’ve already been getting snap happy!

I have some fun themes and props for Spring sessions, however I want to advise anyone considering my services, that I do not include live animals such as chicks or bunnies.  

I know, I know…they are SO cute! I am just not comfortable being responsible for their care; I already have 2 kids, a dog and a husband to keep alive HAHA

In all seriousness though, I ‘m not equipped to provide these animals with the care they need and I would feel absolutely terrible if any of my clients or these animals were injured or harmed during a session.  
 


Prior to making this decision, I did a little research on the subject. and I stumbled across a blog post written by an American photographer named Kat Forder, who raised some very valid points regarding the use of live animals in photo sessions.  If you are considering booking a Spring session with baby ducks or bunnies, I recommend reading THIS before signing up. 

I do however have some very realistic looking fake chicks as props during my Spring sessions, and I can promise you that they are harmless – and  don’t need to eat or poop!