If you liked Our Post About Portrait Photography, this new one will surprise you and a lot! They love photography and they also love pets. Together they created PicPet and thus combined the passion for their two great loves, making it their daily profession.

They are Jimena Illescas and Jaime Medina. They are pet’s portraitist and together they make professional pet’s books all over Mexico.

Jimena and Jaime come to your home with all their photographic equipment; lights, background and camera. This way they avoid moving the pet and thus avoid she get stress. To control and distract her, while taking her pictures, they use all kinds of resources!

You can also choose to go to their studio, located south of Mexico City. Or in the city, you can also do a photo shoot in some park or place of your preference.

At the end of the photo shoot, after the digital post-production, you will be given a certain number of images – according to a number of armadillos you have in your house – in digital format with editing and basic retouching. Plus five complimentary prints in size 5 × 7 inchesand a CD with the selected images.

Picpet Is Divided Into Two Branches:

The first, called “All The Pets Resemble Their Owner” would be a pet portrait with the person closest to her.

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And the second branch would be only the pet.

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Part of the incomes from PicPet is intended to reincorporate street pets into new homes. To date, they have already achieved the adoption of 100 dogs and they go for much more!

Bellow, we leave you A Video Played By Them, where you will listen to the most absurd and even funny pretexts people usually put in order not to adopt a pet.

We hope you have enjoyed our post on animal lovers and if you want to know more about PicPet you can visit its instagram @picpetmx or if you prefer book your first turn for a photographic section with your pet, you can do it from its official site www.picpetmx.com


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