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C.S.Ling is a Professional Pets Photographer in Singapore. Capture the most beautiful moments of joy with your beloved pets & family forever.
C.S.Ling Pets and Family Potraits in Singapore C.S.Ling Pets and Family Potraits in Singapore
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Pets and Family Photography Singapore C.S.Ling Photography

What you wear is one of the most important key for a successful family photo session. Clothing compliments who you are as a family, speaks to the environment in which the session takes place and coordinates with the home where final images will be displayed as artworks.
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For big families, i’ll let the client choose the color palette that they prefer. In this case, they wanted 3 different colors to represent 3 different generations. From there, I created a vision board to give them a better idea of how everything will look. You want a cohesive feel, but nothing overly “matchy-matchy”. Accessories and props are important too and all these are discussed and prep at least a week before the actual shoot. Remember, preparation is the key to success!

Pet Photography Singapore Granny Grandson

Pet Photography Singapore Mother Daughters

Pets Photography Sentosa Singapore

It’s such a joy to work with Tina and her family. Mocca (3 yr-old Yorkshire Terrier) is a ball of fun and laughter to photograph. We were blessed with a beautiful blue sky and golden sunset that day. SUCCESS!

Pet Photography Kids Singapore

Yorkshire Terrier - Photography at Sentosa


Mar 2014 28

{ AT THE ANNUAL WOOF AWARD DINNER & DANCE }
Benji (Westie) : Hou ar ye? You look great in a white tie, but you know we are going for a black tie event, aye?
Rascal (Scottie) : Aye… =_=

Pet Photography Westie Terrier

TGIF everyone! It was a fun photoshoot at the client’s home with Rascal and Benji, both rescued dogs. Both dog breeds – Scottish Terrier (Scottie) and West Highland White Terrier (Westie) originated in Scotland.
“Aye” means “Yes” in Scots language.