Buttercup, back when we first got her. Aww!
On Sunday, I finally got to meet Baby M.! I had photographed his parents a few weeks ago, for their maternity session, so I had really been looking forward to meeting him! His parents said that he loved to get his hair brushed, which I thought was absolutely adorable. 🙂 Look at him, already making friends! A big... Continue Reading →
If Seven (from yesterday) is the bubbly, life-of-the-party dog, then Pepper is the poised, calm dog. Isn't she gorgeous? Some tips on photographing black dogs: 1. Don't blast them with direct flash. If your flash swivels, then you'll get better results by bouncing the light off of the wall beside you. If your flash doesn't... Continue Reading →
No, not the movie. The dog! This cutie belongs to some friends of ours! Okay, I can't help myself: this last picture isn't the most photographically wonderful picture, but it still cracks me up. This dog is crazy! Na na na na -- BATDOG! Stay tuned tomorrow for tips on how to take good pictures... Continue Reading →
Ladies and Gentlemen ... meet my new wallpaper. 🙂 I used to drive past these horses every morning on the way to work, and I always wished I could stop and take a picture. Now, thanks to a job change and some road construction, I can! And one last one, for those who prefer their... Continue Reading →
This cute little guy (or girl? I can't tell) belongs to a neighbor. Happy Caturday, everyone!
The couple from yesterday's post wanted to get some shots with their adorable dog, so we got together for a Part II of the engagement shoot! Meet Weezy: If you take a close look at her collar, you will notice that she is a Cardinals fan. 🙂 Such a sweet face!
I've seen this little guy in our yard several times now. Leo -- with Easter still in mind -- says "Chocolate bunny!" whenever I tell him there is a rabbit in the yard.
Our neighbor's dog waits anxiously for us to come outside, because she knows I will pet her. I mean, who could resist this face??