Free spirited pet portraits

Capturing your pets personality...

Photos that you will love forever...

Welcome to Noodles Pet Photography Hobart.

Our Noodles Pet Photography Hobart sessions are all about getting outdoors around our local beaches, parks and landmarks.  Our goal is to include a ‘little bit of local’ in your photos and oodles of personality.  Our Noodles sessions are as much fun for pets as they are for their humans.

You can choose to be in the photos or just let your furry best friend be the shining star of the day – capturing moments in time that you and your family will love forever.

Check out the ‘What We Do‘ page for more information.

It was a spectacular experience watching my girls, Bella and Kita, being photographed. The day went smooth, the dogs had an amazing time and the overall photos were outstanding. I couldn’t of been happier!

Eboni

(Glenorchy)

Russ did a fabulous job with the photo session I had for my German Shepherd boy Zeus. The shoot I had was very enjoyable and relaxed so my dog could be himself. As Russ knows his way around dogs, Zeus was more than willing to cooperate so Russ could get the shots he was after. The final photos we received are amazing. I would highly recommend Russ as your go to dog photographer and fun day out for you and your pooch Lizzie

(Moonah)

Russ managed to capture our fun loving dogs and their personality perfectly! Not only did we come away with some great photos, but our girls definitely enjoyed the experience as well!

Peta and Jack

(Hobart)

Noodles Pet Session with Zeus

Our sneaky preview of photos from a recent dog photo session with Zeus, the German Shepherd cross Husky.

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Bella & Kita

There’s nothing more beautiful than two Alaskan Malamutes bounding with energy, playing in the park. We had such a great time at our photo session with these two…Bella and Kita

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Patsy and Ruby

These two characters were certainly up for some fun. With Patsy (Border Collie) only a youngster, her level of energy as you might expect was off the chart, but her ‘sit and stay’ training made her a pleasure to photograph

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