Shoreditch Paws for a Photo Shoot with Graffiti Art Backdrops
Graffiti has been around since ancient Egpyt, Ancient Greece and the Roman Empire. Drawings first appeared in caves one thousands years ago. The Art became more popular in the 1970s when people started writing their names or 'tags' on buildings. Since the 1980s galleries have displayed graffiti as artwork.
One of my recent photo shoots in Shoreditch was with Gwen a lovely rescue Greyhound who I have gotten to know through events. If there were ByBenji Treats involved Gwen was more then happy to have her photo taken https://www.bybenji.com Gwen also looked beautiful in her bandanas which are made by her owner Jackie. There is always different Graffiti Art to photograph which is what makes each photo shoot more enjoyable and unique.
If you would like to book a photo shoot for your dog in the colourful streets of Shoreditch or Leake Street Tunnel feel free to get in touch through my contact page. To view some examples of my work from previous photo shoots please visit https://www.natashaballettaphotography.com/dog-photography-london-graffiti-art
I also hold photo walks places are limited to 4 people and their pets (includes up to 2 dogs per pair). You can also dress up your dog with his favourite bandana, the more colourful the better. If you have a camera bring it along and I will share some tips with you. For more details on prices and dates on a photo walk or photo shoot package please email [email protected]
Below are some of my favourite images from Gwen's photo shoot in Shoreditch
Keywords: Dog Photographer London, Graffiti Art Shoreditch, London Dogs, Natasha Balletta Photography, Shoreditch Dog Photography, Street Art London
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