Winter Pet Portrait Special

Look at this Face!


It's winter time and we are all hunkered down in with our best friends....look at this awesome face!

Is this your best friend?  Why not keep them forever by having a beautiful heirloom portrait made?

  You can almost feel how soft his ears are in this portrait and if that face can't con you into buying him the biggest bone on the planet, nothing will!


Feel this forever.....

It's  time for our

" Winter Pet Special"

Don't miss out.  Take advantage of the half price session fee and special packages that are available. 

The offer ends March 10th, 2013





Call us!

Set up a session for your

best friend (or friends)



The offer ends March 10th, 2013




Categorized In: christmas | dog | holiday | pet | portrait

Holiday Pooch Shoot - 2012

  • Published October 15th, 2012 by Pamela Setchell - Viewpoint Photography
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This has been postponed until Saturday November 17th.

Same place, same time. Call for more information.

It's that time of the year again!

Come to the Holiday Pooch Shoot and donate to Long Island Dog (LI-Dog)

This event would not be possible without the generosity of:

Scarsellas of Laurel Hollow

TK's Galley Restaurant




Categorized In: dog | holiday | portrait

Fall Promotions


Donate to Pam's favorite charity and get a DISCOUNTED Session Fee!

I'm sure that many of you know or have read about Pam's endeavours with the Huntington Lighthouse.  She has been the president for the past 14 years and been involved in the non-profit group for over 21 years!  I guess you could say it is a labor of love.  She has been in the press, on TV and all over talk radio about the project during the past year...just google her name.

The lighthouse has given back to us in many ways since it was saved thru the Annual Lighthouse Musicfest,  the Lighted Boat Parade in Huntington Harbor the day after Thanksgiving and numerous tours during the summer season.   She is an icon of this beautiful waterfront community but to keep her shining, continuous restoration goes on.  One of the last large projects that will protect her for the next 100 years is to match a New York State Historic Preservation MATCHING Grant that was awarded to them in the early part of this year in the amount of $250,000.00.  What it means is:  if we raise $250,000.00 then NY State will match the funds for this very important project. 

The concrete base (foundation) has eroded away in the past 100 years on three corners and the rip-rap (large boulders that are surrounding the foundation) have shifted and slid due to increased wave action from boat traffic and 100 years of storms and ice.  This must be repaired or 27 years of hard work will be lost!  It is a huge undertaking but it is done all the time to structures like this. 

Check out our Specials and Promotions page for more details!