About Adventure Pup Photography

Dogs are an integral part of our families. They are hiking partners, road trip warriors, feet-warming cuddlers, and even brewery patio companions. Documenting family memories over the years should include the family pup, and Adventure Pup Photography wants to make sure you have the best photos available that will showcase your pup as being the hero they really are. A quality framed portrait on your wall, a holiday card, or a funny set of coasters do a better job of telling a story about your Adventure Pup than a cell phone-quality image. Those stories were moments that were made into memories, and an epic photograph will help tell that story.

Every dog has an adventurous spirit. Pups can be big or small, hyper or timid, or even be homebodies, but they all adventure. Some dogs think a fifteen-mile hike up a 14er is an adventure, while others think it’s a stroll down the block. Adventure Pup Photography is here to capture that feeling they get when they’re out in nature – that adventurous spirit. We capture moments in time when your pup isn’t just a pup – they’re an Adventure Pup.

Where Adventure Pup Photography sets itself apart is that it goes hiking. We love that big hero shot with mountain peaks in the background or in the middle of a huge field of wildflowers. Do you want to hike fifteen miles up a 14er? Adventure Pup Photography will go with you. Maybe you just want to take a stroll down the block? We will go with you there as well. Adventure Pup Photography will go where you go and make sure it’s epic no matter what.

The Adventure Pup Difference

Learn about what sets Adventure Pup Photography apart from the other photographers you’ll see.

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About the Photographer

Hi everyone, I’m Chris Fisher, an adventurous guy myself. I’ve lived in many parts of the country but call myself a native to the midwest. Living in Colorado has been one of the best experiences of my life since it has so many great outdoor opportunities. My family and I like to camp and hike as often as possible. Every time we go out I like to take pictures of the dogs in action as a keepsake, and it was the cumulative product of capturing these shots that the idea of Adventure Pup Photography came into being. After the nudge and support of friends and family, I decided to make this into a venture that goes beyond a hobby – because if you’re going to do something, do something you love. Fortunately, this aligns with my own personal philosophy of animal advocacy. It also helps that I make friends with every dog I meet.

When not loving all over dogs, I’m taking pictures of landscapes and trying to be active – by way of running, rollerblading or hiking. My Adventure Pups Keke and Kylo do a good job of keeping me active. I’m a huge Kansas Jayhawk and Chicago Cubs fan. You’ll always see me hiking and on a photoshoot with my Cubs hat, so if you ever see me on the trail don’t be afraid to say “Hey, it’s the Adventure Pup guy!” because that would be awesome!

What really motivates me to do what I do is knowing the joy I’ll bring to families. As a fur parent myself, I understand exactly what it’s like to have really great photos of your pup and be so proud to display them on your walls. I believe that every parent deserves a great photo of their pup, while every pup deserves to be remembered forever with a great portrait.

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I have three pups – Keke (Husky, 7), and Kylo (Husky, 7). We lost our original Adventure Pup and sassy gal Juneau to canine cancer in early 2019, and our not-so-adventurous and bossy Boston Terrier Ziggy in mid-2019. Juneau was 13 and Ziggy was 12. Keke and Kylo go on just about every hiking and camping trip – they are my inspiration to go out and be active and are the muses for my photography. Ziggy is the one that reminded me that you don’t have to be an active pup to be adventurous (he loved new places and just sniffing around on our walks). All of my pups (past and present) keep me pretty well-rounded in the pupper world.

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Juneau, Kylo, and Ziggy – Halloween 2018
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Kylo and Keke – Jun 2019

Finally, why do I do it? Because I want to share with you the same feeling I get when I capture awesome pictures of my pups. I’m sure you love your pups as much as I love mine, and you’ll understand where I’m coming from. You deserve the best memories of your pup, and they deserve to be remembered forever with an epic portrait.

How to Book

Fill out our Booking form, or contact Adventure Pup Photography via phone, email, Facebook, Instagram, or Contact form when you’re ready for your pup to become an Adventure Pup. We will discuss your ideas and determine a session that works best for you and your dog, then choose a time and place for your adventure. Half of your session fee will be due upon booking as a deposit to reserve your spot, with the other half due the day of the shoot.

Got ideas? Need to be inspired? Get in touch today!

E: woof@adventurepupphotography.com
P: (303) 219-0231
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