Questions about the animals and the person behind
Q: In what country are you located?
A: In Norway.
Q: What is Theedora and who runs it?
A: Theedora is my business that I started in 2017. Cow photography, cow merch sale and of course my Instagram account. I’m a 23 year old girl and run the business all by myself.
Q: Are all these cows yours?
A: No, most of them belongs to my dad. I have 6 cattle myself, who currently lives with his cattle: Julie, Lykke, Luna, Magnus, Murphy and Lani.
Q: Is it possible to visit the farm?
A: Possibly, message me!
Questions about the webshop
Q: Do you ship worldwide?
A: Yes, I do!
Q: I didn’t receive any order confirmation on my e-mail. Can you confirm my order?
A: If the money was drawn from you bank account, the order went through. Please check this before messaging me to manually confirm.
Q: How long will it take for me to recieve my package?
A: 1-2 days + postage. Which is up to 1 week in Norway. 2-3 weeks in Europe and 2-4 weeks for rest of the world. If you are pre-ordering any items, you have to add 2-3 weeks to these times (which always is written on the product page).
Q: Which payment methods are available?
A: Stripe (VISA, Mastercard, American Express) and PayPal. Norwegian customer can request an invoice or use “vipps”.
Q: Can I order something as a gift for my friend?
A: Yes, no problem. Just write your friend’s address on shipping address.
Questions about photographing and camera equipment
Q: Which camera equipment do you use?
A: My camera is a Canon EOS 80D and my two most use lenses are a Canon EF 70-200mm F/2.8 and a 11-20mm 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. With that being said, I now mostly just photograph our own cattle.
Q: How much time do you spend on this?
A: Most of my time!