F.A.Q.

Questions about the webshop

Q: Do you ship worldwide?
A: Yes, I do!

Q: How long will it take for me to recieve my package?
A: 1-3 days + postage. I ship your orders every Monday and Thursday. From the middle of November until the middle of December I ship orders every day to make sure you will receive the products before Christmas.

Q: Which payment methods are available?
A: Stripe (VISA, Mastercard, American Express) and PayPal.

Q: Can I order something as a gift for my friend?
A: Yes, no problem. Just write your friend’s adress. If you want me to add a card with your text on it, leave a note when you place your order.

 

Questions about the animals and the person behind

Q: Who is the person behind Theedora?
A: My name is Frida Isadåra, I’m 21 years old and live in the middle of Norway.

Q: Are all these cows yours?
A: No, they are not. I have 4 cows myself, Julie, Lykke, Luna and Magnus, which you can see on my instagram @juliedesember. My dad do have a small farm with approx 30 cattle, I spend quite some time there. You can see these cows in my photos often!

Q: Is it possible to visit the farm?
A: Yes, it sure is possible to arrange a visit.

 

Questions about photographing and camera equipment

Q: Which camera equipment do you use?
A: My camera is a Canon EOS 70D and my lense is a Canon EF 70-200mm F/2.8.

Q: Do you follow any requirements when you photograph animals?
A: I have set myself some requirements for which cows I want to photograph and share photos of. Animal welfare is a high priority for me, and I only want to photograph cows that have owners that also have animal welfare as a priority. The cows you see photos of on my social medias, are cows that live good lives. They have been named by their owners, get to graze freely on pasture and have a clean and dry place to lie down on.

Q: How much time do you spend on the photos?
A: Ah, that is tough to answer! First of all, I spend a lot of time with the calves from the day they are born to make sure they will learn that they can trust me. I also spend time learning them to walk in a halter etc. Photographing itself are different every time. Sometimes I walk with the calves to a photo location and spend a few minutes photographing. Other times it can takes hours. Sometimes I even drive many hours to see cows and then spend some hours photographing them. I also spend a lot of time seeing through all the photos and editing. And at last, I spend a lot of time publishing them on my social medias, answering comments etc. In other words, I spend many hours every single day and there are hours of work behind every photo you see.