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Capturing Feline Charm: Cat Photographer Minneapolis
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The bond between humans and cats is one of the most enduring in the animal kingdom. That’s why it makes sense to capture their elusive, playful charm in a portrait session. As a cat photographer in Minneapolis, I’ve had my fair share of kitty clients. Here are some tips for getting your own cat camera-ready:

Cat photographer Minneapolis

Cat photographer Minneapolis

If you’re looking for a cat photographer in Minneapolis, look no further! We offer a variety of packages to suit your needs.

Kitty portrait session

Imagine yourself in a room with your cat, surrounded by natural light and surrounded by cameras. It’s time for your cat portrait session!

  • What to expect: We’ll take some pictures of your furry friend in the comfort of their own home. This can be done either on location or at our studio in Minneapolis.
  • How much it costs: Our base price is $300 for an hour-long shoot plus prints and digital files (an additional $50 if you want this package upgraded). The cost depends on how many outfits/accessories we use during their photo shoot–the more clothes they have on, the more expensive it will be!
  • What to bring: Bring along any items that you would like us to include in their image such as hats/scarves/jewelry etc., but keep in mind that these may not work well with all breeds so please let us know ahead of time if there are any specific items you would like included on set day so we can plan accordingly 🙂 Also please note that we do not provide beds or furniture during our sessions so please make sure there’s plenty around where everyone will feel comfortable sitting down after getting dressed up 😉
  • How long does it take?: Most sessions last between 60-90 minutes depending upon how many outfits need changing into during each break period between shots 🙂 If there are multiple cats involved then obviously this could increase slightly due to needing more breaks between shoots but overall shouldn’t exceed 120 minutes total per person even if both pets were included within one family unit (which isn’t always necessary since sometimes people just want one pet photographed alone instead).
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