Posts Tagged ‘dogs’

Pet Portrait Photography book just published!

Saturday, January 26th, 2013

We are very excited to announce that we have published our first pet portrait photography book! Comprised of images from our benefit show for Family Dogs New Life, $5 from the sale of each book will be donated to animal rescue. Each book is printed on demand and features hardcover with full color dust jacket, FSC certified 100# (148 GSM) premium lustre paper, and durable library binding for enjoyment for years to come. We also have 2 sizes available to fit every budget!



Dogs, Etc. by Hanmi Hubbard Meyer is available in 2 sizes:

Coffee table edition (11×13 in) $86
Lapdog edition (8×10 in) $55
Please contact us directly if you would like a signed or personally inscribed copy!

Wow! Our Pet Photography Featured on JPGMag.com!

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

We are very honored and excited  that one of our photos has been featured on JPGmag’s blog post on Animal Photography! The lead image is a shot of our dog Malo, a fawn pug, as he lies prostrate on the kitchen floor next to his food dish. This image is also entered, along with several others into JPGmag’s “Dog Days” photo contest. If you have a minute please check out our photos and vote!


Gift Certificates Available!

Friday, January 14th, 2011

By popular demand, we now officially offer gift certificates!   They are available for any amount, so you can give the gift of a whole portrait package or just a nice print.  These are perfect for giving the gift of Pet Portraits to friends and family.  We will also happily mail them for you at no extra charge.  Contact us for more details!


Pet Portrait Photography on display at NW Veterinary Specialists Animal Hospital

Friday, April 30th, 2010
NWVS Pet Gallery by H2Meyer Photography

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Here’s a quick update on February’s pet portrait project.  I finally got a chance to visit NWVS yesterday and was honestly blown away.  They had 53 of the images I shot enlarged – many of them 24″x 36″ – and mounted on hardboard and they are now hanging all over the hospital.  In fact, when I walked in the door yesterday, the always friendly reception team shouted, “There she is!  Welcome to your gallery!”

It is actually pretty rare that once the images/prints have made it into clients’ hands that I get to see what becomes of them.  And even when I do get to see a print hanging on the wall, it’s typically only one or two images.  So to walk into a public space and be greeted by more than a dozen larger than life images I made was rather arresting.  Although I have had a couple of solo shows, each was only 10-12 pieces and because I did all of the selection, matting and framing, I was kind of “over it” by the time the show opened.  In NWVS’s case, they did the selection (though they did ask me for input and for my favorite images, which was lovely), ordered the enlargements from a local lab and then had the mounting done at another local shop.  It has been nearly 2 months since I’ve worked with the images themselves, so there was enough separation that I actually had to remind myself that I had shot them!

My favorite part about the display itself is that they made a point of hanging the staffers’ pet’s portrait in the area where that person worked most often…  The receptionists’ pets are right behind the reception desk.  The doctors’ images are right outside and/or inside their exam rooms, etc.  What a wonderful thing to do for a wonderful staff!

If you have a pet emergency, need a vet, need a veterinary specialist, or just want to see the images in person, get yourself (and your pet!) to VCA Northwest Veterinary Specialists, 16756 Southeast 82nd Drive, Clackamas, OR 97015  (503) 656-3999.  They are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and will take great care of you and your beloved pet.


For the love of DOG

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

I am close to wrapping up what has got to be the most fun photo project to date. Shooting 33 pets in two days puts it high in the ambition list as well!  A project for Northwest Veterinary Specialists, we set up and shot 11 cats and 22 dogs, all owned by hospital staff for their image library and lobby artwork.  To see the highlights, check out the Dog Galleries and the Cat Galleries.  Many thanks to Crystal for the assist and all the devoted pet lovers who helped make the shoots happen and go smoothly!