Graffiti Art Photo Shoot Leake Street Tunnel
I had a lovely photo shoot with Cedric the pomerian at Leake Street Tunnel in London, he was an adorable model and I loved photographing him in all his different outfits and bandanas. Cedric was also food oriented, when he was not being photographed we gave him some of his favourite treats.
Graffiti has been around since ancient Egypt, ancient Greece and the Roman Empire. Drawings first appeared in caves one thousand years ago. The art became more popular in 1970s when people started writing their names or 'tags' on buildings. Since the 1980s galleries have displayed graffiti as artwork.
If you would like to book a photo shoot for your dog in the colourful streets of Leake Street Tunnel or Shoreditch feel free to get in touch through my contact page. 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]
To view some examples of my work from previous photo shoots please visit https://www.natashaballettaphotography.com/dog-photography-london-graffiti-art
Below are some of my favourite photos from Cedric's photo shoot
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