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A Guide to Taking Great Pet Photos at Home Having a photoshoot can be a fun way to spend time with your favourite furry friends. I should know! After spending years capturing weddings and human portraits I turned my attention to pets, having always been an avid animal lover. Recently I was thrilled to be Read more ..
RSPCA Million Paws Walk 2014- Wyndham June 18 marked the annual RSPCA’ s Million Paws Walk. Roka Pet Photography Melbourne was invited to go along to the Wyndham walk in Presidents Park and join the hundreds of animal lovers and their dogs for a great morning out. Below are all the wonderful people and Read more ..
Pet and Animal Expo 2014 A few weeks ago Roka Pet Photography attended the Pet and Animal Expo in Werribee for the second year in a row. This year saw the event double in size with great shows, stalls and free activities for the whole family. It was great to see so many animal loving people Read more ..
While most of us look forward to watching fireworks when celebrating the New Year, pets can suffer greatly. According to animal shelters, the amount of dogs at large during this period increases about 4 times. This also means an increase in dogs getting hit by cars. Dogs hearing is 4 or 5 times the capacity Read more ..
Abolish Puppy Farming There has been a lot of discussion about “Puppy Farms” lately due to a recent national rally to create awareness of Oscar’s Law and to abolish puppy farming. Whilst volunteering at the event I had a lady in her mid 50’s, who had just been passing by, come over to me and ask Read more ..
Everyone loves taking photos of their pets doing super cute things and capturing each phase in their lives. Recently we have had a lot of customers asking us what they can do differently to help them take better photos of their furry friends. The most important tips not only apply to dogs but any other Read more ..
I must admit that my perception of the type of dogs and cats available for adoption 5 years ago was that all the animals were old, mixed breed and not cute and fluffy like the ones in the pet shops. I had no idea how wrong I was until I started volunteering at one of Read more ..