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Celebrity Pet Photographer Richie Schwartz at Petco Grand Opening

May 31st, 2013

Pet Photographer Richie Schwartz, America’s Most Experienced Pet Photographer will be taking pet pictures at the Grand Opening of the new state of the art  Petco store in Huntington, NY,,, this  Friday thru Sunday May 31 – June 2nd

Pet Photographer Richie Schwartz
Named in “Top 25 Pet People of 2010″ (NBC/Universal)
Voted Best Pet Photographer 2013 (Long Island Press)

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Chicago Sun-Times Lays Off Its Entire Photo Staff

May 31st, 2013

The Chicago Sun-Times has laid off its entire photography staff, and plans to use freelance photographers and reporters to shoot photos and video going forward, the newspaper said.

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Top Ten Tips for Great Holiday Pet Photos
From Pet Photographer Richie Schwartz

December 22nd, 2012

Top Ten Tips for Great Holiday Pet Photos From Pet Photographer Richie Schwartz 

1 – If your pup is going to wear an outfit or even just a Santa hat, put it on a couple days before to make sure it fits, but more importantly, to see how your pup likes it and to let him/her get used to it.

2 – Try to bring your pup to the store/location where the pictures will be taken in advance to let him/her get used to the smells, noise, and hustle and bustle of the store.

3 – Buy a holiday toy that would look nice in the holiday picture and give it to the dog to play with a day or two before picture day. Bring it with you when you go for the pictures, it may help your dog feel more comfortable.

4 – Bring some of Fido’s favorite treats in case “bribery” is required.

5 – The photographers will most likely be using a camera with a flash, so I suggest that you practice taking pictures with a flash at home. Take a picture and quickly give the dog a treat. Let him make the connection that a flash will lead to a treat. This technique may help your dog sit calmly through a few shots if needed.

6 – Holiday picture days are typically very popular and there can be long lines to wait on. To avoid standing in long lines, arrive early in the day. You might even call the photographer at the store and ask what time would be least crowded.

7 – If you are using a professional photographer in a private photo studio, most likely you will be making an appointment. Make the appointment for a time when your dog has already eaten and has taken care of “business”.

8 – Try not to make any changes to the dog’s regular routine. Feed, use the bathroom, and exercise as usual if possible.

9 – It usually helps to take your dog for a long walk or run before the photo session, especially if you have one of the more active breeds or mixed breeds.

10 – Even after taking some or all of these steps, some dogs may not sit for a photo for one reason or another. Don’t get frustrated, give your pup an extra hug and remember it is all about having fun.

Richie Schwartz - America’s Most Experienced Pet Photographer
Pets Photography Studio - Over 75,000 Pets Photographed
Named to Top 25 Pet People of 2010 (NBC Universal)
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Celebrity Dog meets Celebrity Pet Photographer Richie Schwartz

April 6th, 2011

Buster Boxer ©, an internet dog celebrity with thousands of fans and followers on Facebook, visited Celebrity Pet Photographer Richie Schwartz in his New York photo studio. Richie, owner of Pets Photography Studios was recently contacted by Buster’s manager to handle the photography for his 2012 calendar, his upcoming coffee table book and a couple other projects. Attesting to the power of social media, Richie and Buster actually met through a  Facebook mutual “friend” who created the connection for them.  After the fun filled two hour photo session, Richie remarked “I rarely meet a dog who loves to pose as much as Buster does”. You can see how Richie captures Buster’s personality as Buster changes poses from whimsical to regal to serious to fun. As you can imagine from these images, a ton of fun was had by all. We are saving the best images for the calendar and books, but  we are sharing a few out-takes from the session due to popular demand from both Richie’s and Buster’s fans.

Richie Schwartz Pet Photography Buster Boxer  (3)
Buster Boxer Photographed by Celebrity Pet Photographer Richie Schwartz
Buster Boxer Photographed by Pet Photographer Richie Schwartz

Buster Boxer Photographed by Pet Photographer Richie Schwartz

Buster Boxer Photographed by Pet Photographer Richie Schwartz

Buster Boxer Photographed by Pet Photographer Richie Schwartz

Richie Schwartz Pet Photography on Buster Boxer's Birthday

Pet Photographer Richie Schwartz on Buster Boxer's Birthday

Dog Sings and Plays Piano Perfectly

March 29th, 2011

This musical dog is Tucker, a two year old Schnoodle, who “plays the piano and sings along at least 3 or 4 times every day. In spite of all of his practicing, he really isn’t getting any better at it.” Tucker was born May 22nd and has been seen on The Ellen Show.

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Dog plays piano and sings perfectly – posted by pet photographer richie schwartz

Rescued Michael Vick Pitbull Becomes Therapy Dog After Much Love

March 27th, 2011

Pets Photography Studio TV – Dog Channel

March 27th, 2011

Beagles and Beiber = New Hairstyle for Dogs

March 17th, 2011

Pet Photographer Richie Schwartz photographed a couple of Beagles and added on a Justin Beiber hairstyle with Photoshop.

Beagle with Beiber hairstyle

Bobby Beagle shows of Beiber hairstyle

 

Beagle with Beiber Hairdo

Barney Beagle shows off Justin Beiber Hairdo

Pet Photographer Richie Schwartz Video wins Best DOGumentary Award

February 28th, 2011

This profile of Pet Photographer Richie Schwartz won the Doscar for Best DOGumentary for a behind the scenes look at America’s most experienced Pet Photographer.

                           
Filmed and edited by nationally acclaimed Videographer Brian Potts, this  seven minute DOGumentary takes a look at how Schwartz actually gets the animals to pose, why he chose to specialize in Pet Photography and other fascinating and fun scenes.
Watch the video here: DOGumentary 
 

Valentines Day Goes to the Dogs

February 15th, 2011

I made a photo video using some shots I did around Valentines Day. Music is Blue Moon by the Marcels.

Click to watch video and listen to soundtrack.

 Richie Schwartz Pet Photography Valentines Movie

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