My Tails of Sacramento session are finally coming to a close (only 3 more left!), and that means I'm this close to taking the book to press. This project has been an absolute whirlwind, but I can't imagine how different my business would be without it.
9 months ago, I started planning this project. We were 3 months into lockdown during a global pandemic - that's 3 months without bookings, 3 months unable to hang out with my amazing clients, 3 months without getting to play with puppies. My area was starting to lift some restrictions, especially for businesses offering services outdoors, and I was looking for a way to not only revitalize my business but to also help out one of my favorite rescues, Resilient Dog Rescue, who had to cancel all of their in-person events for the remainder of the year. I had recently found out about the Tails of the World Collective, a group of photographers self-publishing coffee table books highlighting pets in their local areas. I decided to join in, and Tails of Sacramento was born.
51 dogs, $2,100, and 160 pages later, the project is quickly coming to a close. And with it, the window to pre-order books at a discounted price. Yep, you read that right. Pre-orders for Tails of Sacramento close Wednesday, March 31. You can order your book here and automatically receive $25 off the retail price. Starting April 1, the price will go up to $100. Once the price increases, I will also only have a limited number of copies for sale - so make sure you don't miss out!
Here's a sneak peek of a few of the awesome pups featured in Tails of Sacramento.
Interested in getting your pet into my next book? Leave a comment below with your email address and I'll add you to my interest list to be the first to hear about the next project before it launches.
Don't want to wait for my next book to have incredible portraits of your pet created? Book your session now!
Don't forget to continue following the blog circle to read everyone's posts for this week. Up next is Jessica Wasik with Bark & Gold Photography, celebrating the joy and love between Pittsburgh pets and their people.