Greenville SC pet photography

Coffee Table Album/Memory Box

Introducing the newest Coffee Table Album... This flush-mount album is sized at 10x10 and will make the perfect centerpiece for your coffee table. Complete with 20 pages/10 spreads, there is plenty of room to feature your favorite images from your session. This is the perfect way to brag about your photogenic fur-kid. Coffee Table Albums are available in money-saving Collections or A la Carte.undefinedFlush-mount pages are press-printed on Lustre paper and adhered to heavy black cardstock for a thick look and feel.undefinedundefinedPages are printed as full spreads and not cut so imagery and design elements are not lost in the center of the book. Lay-flat pages showcase your images across each spread.undefinedThe custom covers are made with masonite to give the books a smooth, substantial feel.undefinedundefinedAn optional Memory Box is available that is custom-designed to fit your Coffee Table Album.undefinedundefinedThe 10x10 Memory Box is large enough to hold other memorabilia and is finished with an elastic closure and ribbon detail. This great item is available as a discounted Collection Add-On or A la Carte.undefined

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Rio - Greenville, SC

Saturday evening, I met with Rio and her new mom! Rio is an adorable Boxer-mix puppy that was recently rescued from the pound in Greenville, SC. Because, up until now, Rio has only seen the worst of Greenville (from behind cage bars), we decided to head out and show her what this awesome city is about! Greenville, SC has the quintessential Southern downtown but with a modern twist. Its a cool, hip area centered around Reedy River Park and is filled with restaurants, bars, shops, and condos almost all converted from old buildings. This downtown is seriously alive! Actually, there were so many people on the streets Saturday night that we had to abandon our original idea of shooting along Main Street. However, we stuck to the outskirts of downtown and still got some great shots that spoke to us about the session's theme...old, new and rebirth.

Theme, you ask? Absolutely! I usually always try to have a theme in the back of my head during a shoot. I just took this one a little further and made it a little more literal. Old - the life at the pound that Rio once had (represented by the old buildings and brick). New - the new life in front of her with her new mom (the new buildings). Rebirth - the actual mental and emotional shift Rio went through after being adopted (the bridge and greenery). Is it cheesy? Maybe. Does it work? Heck yeah! I don't know about you, but I can definitely see the newfound hope and happiness in little Rio's eyes!

undefinedundefinedundefinedRio thoroughly enjoyed rolling around in the nice, cool grass. She looks super uncomfortable in this frame but I think she's in heaven!undefinedundefinedundefinedundefinedundefinedI seriously can't take this much cuteness!undefinedundefinedundefinedundefinedundefinedundefinedundefined