menu! "baby it's cold outside"

aka the "I'd rather just do it inside" 

Lets face it ...not everybody wants to go out and roll in the leaves in October or do a photoshoot in the snow in January!  If you want to celebrate your dog AND your beautiful interior design, or if you'd just rather stay warm and dry, this is the session for you!  I say let's go for it! 

For this session you can expect:

lots of laughs - fun - belly rubs - wrangling - treats

kazoo playing and duck calls. 

What not to expect:

a rigid plan - a bad mood or a diva attitude!

How it all works:


Music is a vector of emotion. Emotion is created by the harmony and rhythm of the music. Emotion is our target. The form was not our leit motiv but the quality of the execution. We admit that we were not really concerned about how the speakers would fit in your living room, we were rather guided by the way the speakers would sound in your living room. Ipanema is indeed a big loudspeaker but its size is necessary to reproduce low frequencies lower than 35 Hz. We understand that the size can be important, so we created the static bottom and the feet of gravity which will find their place in any interior. Its 2-way coaxial driver produces perfect tonal balance and realistic dynamics. It has the precision of a studio monitor. The gravity feet are adjustable to ensure that each speaker is set to the perfect level.

Feet of gravity

Since the music is a superposition of sine waves, it means that the energy is diffused in iso-dynamic because the force that pushes the driver of a loudspeaker is equivalent to the force that pulls the membrane of the loudspeaker . The control must therefore be searched in the horizontal rather than the vertical plane. Man has the gift of speech and is therefore able to communicate knowledge and to come back to what others have imagined in response to the problems they have faced. For a long time, in the field of electroacoustics, certain principles concerning speakers have been considered a necessity, such as their design to be heavy and inert. It was quickly realized that it was a poor apprehension of the energy generated by the acceleration of the acoustic membranes. In order to evaluate what the acceleration generates in terms of energy, you have to remember when you were listening to vinyl records. A few years ago, we experimented with numerous tests and configurations: at one point, having an inertial platform (essentially a large cube of concrete of -1 m3) dedicated to the measurement of extremely fine doses, we had the idea of ​​placing a platinum on this platform. The turntable did not have a vibration absorption device. There was not felt under the disc but a ceramic disc, not in suspension but in direct contact (glued with glue without film) between the bearings of the turntable plate and the inertial platform. Eight high-definition accelerometer sensors were placed around the base of the inertial platform isolated from the ground. The sensors were connected to Audiomatica (specialized software) which analyzed the energy, if any, produced by the tone arm needle by applying a 1.5g force to the groove of an engraved plastic disc rotating at 33 ° C. rpm). Imagine our surprise when we discovered that the simple reading of the furrows of the disc made vibrate the inertial platform! The eight sensors had detected energy. In fact, the amount of energy generated by the needle on the vinyl record was enormous. Years later, when we embarked on the design of Ipanema and Babel, we wondered how a speaker would react to the (often rapid) movements of speakers when they play music. The standard solution was to create a very heavy speaker that would be connected to the ground with peaks supposed to act as a mechanical diode and as a jack. "Diode" because the energy generated by the speakers goes only to the tips, and "jack" because the amount of energy that accumulates at the base will be proportionally concentrated on the tips.

What if my dog is shy?  Please read through the FAQ's to find the answers to every possible question I could think of that you might have!

"baby it's cold outside"

$795 includes your choice of:

One eye popping METAL print

 of your favorite portrait, fully retouched

You pick the size:  8x10 • 11x14 • 12x12 • 12x18 

along with a Facebook and Instagram sized file for you to share.


One sleek, modern ACRYLIC  print

of your favorite portrait, fully retouched  

You pick the size:  8x10 or 11x14

along with a Facebook and Instagram sized file for you to share.


One classic CANVAS WRAP print

of your favorite portrait, fully retouched 

You pick the size: 8x10 • 10x10 • 12x12 • 11x14 • 12x16 •

• 12x18 • 16x16 • 16x20 

along with a Facebook and Instagram sized file for you to share.


The ability to download up to 10 proofs from a password protected gallery that are big enough to look great on facebook and instagram. The file quality is perfect for sharing not for printing.


Just a note because transparency is good! - This session is priced higher than others offered due to the fact that shooting inside requires more lighting and equipment and takes more time.

Prints on Acrylic, Metal, Wood, Glass and Canvas, as well as standard prints for framing are available for an additional cost.  Retouching is included in any additional prints purchased.  Please view Product page for more info. 

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