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??
One of my main goals with this 365 (366) project is to keep sharpening my photography skills. Many of the skills needed to photograph animals, still-life subjects, etc. can be transferred over to portrait/people photography (my favorite). And so, without further ado ... Welcome to the Pet Store. I'll be your host today. If you'll... Continue Reading →