I’ll be back in the San Francisco Bay Area for San Francisco Dog Photography Sessions on April 11 through 15, and I can’t wait! There is nothing I enjoy more than spending time in my favorite city (San Francisco), drinking a LOT of Philz Coffee, eating a LOT of burritos, and photographing dogs running on the beach or chasing a ball at Golden Gate Park or sitting on the couch in a sunny home in Noe Valley or the Castro or out in Berkeley or anywhere in the gorgeous San Francisco Bay Area.
This trip will be filled with a bunch of wonderful new clients, and a few returning clients as well. It’s always such a special experience to work with dog photography clients more than once - maybe their original dog has passed on and it’s time to photograph the new dog in their lives, or maybe their young pup has aged and it’s an appropriate time to document the final stage of their lives together. Maybe their kids are in town and they want to create a series of portraits with the entire family, or maybe a client has just welcome a new baby into their lives and they want to celebrate the budding bond between baby and beloved canine companion. Every single dog photography session is unique, truly, and that’s why my job never gets boring.
The first step is always a quick Creative Call so we can get to know each other, I can tell you how my Photography Sessions work and you can decide if we’re a good fit. Can’t wait to talk to you soon!
I can’t wait to bring my fabulous Instant Doggie Photobooth to San Francisco’s Hayes Valley on Sunday April 14th from 12pm - 2pm.
Need an excuse to indulge in some photography with fido? Come get a one-of-a-kind analog Polaroid portrait of your best bud by fine art dog photographer, Jesse Freidin. Guests will walk away with a beautiful instant peel-apart print, lovingly placed inside a vintage folio and taken with a big clunky film camera. Yea, those still exist! Each magical photograph is signed by the artist and yours to keep...forever. Jesse Freidin is a master of instant film and a die-hard dog lover. He has been documenting the human/animal bond from coast to coast for the past decade.
But that's not all! A portion of the sales will be donated to Muttville, a senior dog rescue center located right here in San Francisco.
Polaroid film! Pooch portraits! And senior dog adoption fundraising! Dang, reserve your spot today!