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Fetching Photos e-book

The ultimate guide to creative on-location natural light dog photography.

Written by internationally renowned professional pet photographer Charlotte Reeves, Fetching Photos is a 97 page e-book, filled with beautiful full colour example photos, helpful advice, handy techniques and personal stories. It's guaranteed to inspire and instruct!

What they're saying:

“Fetching Photos is fantastic value for money, with 97 pages chock-a-block full of helpful advice and techniques. This book is suitable for all levels! Score: 10/10”

Alicia Hill

“Charlotte consistently produces beautiful images and has earned a reputation as one of the best contemporary dog photographers. I am ecstatic that she wrote a book that shares her immense knowledge base to help photographers (serious amateurs and pros alike) to achieve better dog photography.”

Beth - The Daily Dog Tag