Monthly Archives: April 2012

Where Can I Find a Cat Photographer? Try Escondido, Ca!

Okay so what about the kitties? Well yes, naturally we love them too! Cat photography is certainly a specialized skill. Joe and I own 7 and had as many as 13 at once. So we are very comfortable with them and they with us! Normally cats who are more social will do well with a photography session. As a matter fact some of them really enjoy it. Like Nerfertiti the Egyptian Sphynx we photographed just before Easter. She was so much fun! The Egyptian Sphynx is known for having a childlike personality and certainly saw this in Nefertiti. She ran around and around our backdrop playing hide and seek and even pounced her friends Gucci and Bella from underneath it. We had a lot of being her photographers for the day and even asked if we can come back just to play with her, she was that much of a joy 😀

An interesting fact about Egyptian Sphynx cats is that they are not actually hairless. They only appear to be. Their bodies are covered with a soft down that is difficult to see.  The texture of the skin has been compared to peach skin and I thought she was incredibly soft. These are really amazing pets!

Professional Cat photography in the Temecula Valley

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Posted in Cat Photographer, Pet Photography Session, Professional Pet Photography

Press Enterprise News Article

Hey I made the paper! Yes! Well as some of you know I also enjoy taking photos of landscapes and nature. I currently have a piece hanging at Mom and Pop’s Frame Shop in Menifee, Ca. Feel free to check it out if you are in the neighborhood! Today I am happy to announce that one of my flower photos made it into the Press Enterprise. Please take a moment to check it out! This is a great time of the year to do portraits while the wildflowers are blooming. Call me and we’ll schedule your portrait session during this beautiful spring season.

Press Enterprise Wildflower Photo Article – Amelia Durham

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