Are you planning to have a photoshoot for your pet business?

You want to make sure you get the most from your investment but you might also feel a bit camera shy?

If this sounds like you, I hear you.

I can't STAND having my photo taken and over the years I've been to hundreds of photoshoots as a journalist, and supported other people who have felt the same.

So I've put together a PDF checklist for you to follow to make sure your shoot goes smoothly.

It covers:

📸 How to choose a photographer

💇‍♀️ What to do on the day so you feel more confident

🐕 Ideas for shots to portray what you do in your business

👗 What to wear - and what's a no-no for editors

👩‍💻 How to get more bang for your buck by using the images on social media

And there's a podcast episode explaining each step too.

Michelle Burgess from Scruffy Little Terrier says:

"I used Rachel’s guide before my first professional shoot for a range of photos I needed; lifestyle, products, headshots and hero website shots etc.

"Using the guide helped me think about what photos I needed for different uses which really helped for working with a new photographer.

"I was very nervous but using the checklist and taking time to think about it really helped me get a lot of photos to use in my business."

Check out Michelle's gorgeous images with her terriers Barney and Sandy by Nisha Jayne Photography on her website:


Turn your photoshoot into a doddle with this free checklist

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About Me

I'm Rachel Spencer and I've been working as a freelance journalist for 20 years, the last ten writing mostly about pets.

Whether you're a service provider, you make products, or you run a rescue or charity, knowing how to promote your business is vital and I can show you how.

My pet blog, is in the UK Top 10 Pet Blogs, so I'm never short of an idea, and I help pet business owners learn new ways to reach clients each week with my podcast, Publicity For Pet Businesses.