Carlisle Pet Photography

Pet Photography in Carlisle

Pet photo sessions take place in my studio in Denton Holme, Carlisle.

Pets come in all different shapes and sizes and as long as they can get upstairs I will take photos of them in the studio, of course if they can’t get upstairs I can always come to them, for example horses in a field.

Just like any member of your family, preserving treasured memories of your pets is really important.

Pets can bring their humans with them for photos as well if they wish.   

Dachshund sat in a white crate with a teddybear sat beside


We had a photo shoot of our 3 children done and i can honestly say Allan was fantastic!! He had them laughing & so relaxed. The photos are amazing. We couldn’t be happier. Thank you so much




Pet Photoshoots are only £50 and this includes the photo session (either in the studio or outdoors).  You can then purchase individual photos or one of the packages below



Daschund in a blue crate

All digital negatives from the gallery in a boxed folio

Five 10″ x 8″ prints



Dog on a white background in a carlisle photo studio

All digital negatives from the gallery on USB

24″ x 16″ single aperture piece of wall art



Bulldog lay on the white studio floor

All digital negatives from the gallery on USB

30″ x 20″ single aperture piece of wall art





ADDITIONAL DIGITAL IMAGES – £25 each or £275 for the whole gallery

Why Choose Keltic Rose Photography for PET Portraits?

I could give a number of reasons, but for many families, it comes down to three things.

1. Photos Sessions with Keltic Rose Photography are great fun

2. Quality, there are many photographers out there, and I believe that I take good quality photographs which capture beautiful moments in time.

3. Cost, I may not be the cheapest photographer in the area but I believe I give really good value for money.

Pet photo sessions are only £50 and this includes the photo session (either in the studio or outdoors), a complimentary mounted 7″ x 5″ photograph of your choice.



Thank you Allan for some great photos of our family. We have used Keltic Rose photography 3 times and would highly recommend them. Allan is professional and managed to keep the attention of our two young children to create some great photos.


How it works

1. Agree and arrange a date

At this time you need to pay the deposit fee which secures your date. This is £50 and I send an invoice for you to pay via credit card, bank transfer, or we can arrange for you to come to the studio with cash.

2. On the day

On the date agreed you and your pets arrive at the studio, or outdoor if that is what has been arranged.

3. During the session

Pet portrait sessions usually last about 45 minutes but bank on being in the studio for a little over an hour. We have some fun and I take photographs of all of the family, then of groups then of individuals and any other ideas you might have.

During the session if in the studio you have full use of the studio, there is a changing room, props, and a number of backgrounds – if interested do ask about these when you arrange your session, the default is a studio white background.

4. At the end of the session

At the end of the photo session I will take the remainder of the session fee. This can again be paid by card, bank transfer, or cash.

5. Viewing your images

Up to 2 weeks later I put your photos in a password-protected area, give you the password and you can choose your complimentary 7″ x 5″ photo.

6. After ordering images

Once you have ordered your photographs sit back and a couple of weeks later I will in most cases hand deliver your pictures. If you need a photo urgently let me know and we will see what can be done.

A tortoiseshell kitten sat in the studio in Carlisle



Maternity Photoshoot in Carlisle studio

Maternity Photoshoot in Carlisle studio

Patience booked Keltic Rose Photography for a maternity photo shoot along with a newborn photo shoot just after her first scan.  By March she was about 8 months pregnant with a due date of the 9th April, little did she know that her little boy would arrive a little...