Pose with Your Pup for Vintage Portraits on National Dog Day

Photographer Myron Hensel's tintype portraits are made using a process that dates back to the 1850s

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Photographer Myron Hensel and Le Pup Cafe are teaming up once again to help you celebrate your pup. In honor of National Dog Day on August 26, the Fergusons Downtown photo studio and doggy diner are offering 4” x 5” tintype per portraits—you can be in them, too—paired with an all-natural, human-grade meal of your choosing for just $85.

Sessions are available to book now through August 26.

Myron’s tintype portraits are made using a process that dates back to the 1850s. Some of his equipment even dates back to the period.

Photo Courtesy of DTLV and Le Pup Cafe

Le Pup Cafe specializes in quality food for your furry friends, utilizing food rescued from restaurants to reduce food waste, while giving your pup a healthy alternative with ingredients such as sirloin beef, roasted chicken breast, quinoa, sweet potato, pumpkin and more.

Book your session now on Myron Hensel’s website before they fill up!


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