Life is an adventure. Dog photography is part of the ride. In fact, dog photography has been a lifesaver for me. I mean, “lifesaver” might be a little extreme but it has saved me from a soul-sucking marketing career and… Read More »No bullshit: How to frame a life of adventure and dog photography
Dogs. Adventure. Outdoors. These words set Angela's heart afire. Angela Schneider, an award-winning writer and photographer, documents the story of you and your dog and the adventures you take together. Your portraits will be a statement piece in your home, art that will make your friends and family beg to hear the story behind it. Visit the contact page to book your free consultation today.
Amy Fumetti’s life is filled with mud and dirt and dog hair and smiles and slobber. All kinds of chaos. It’s just what goes with running a dog boarding facility in Spokane. “It’s a good life,” she says. “Yeah, it’s… Read More »Dog boarding: How to find joy in chaos
WARNING: This is a brag post. With a little bit of luck, a skosh of talent and a lotta bit of determination, I became a dog photographer in Spokane. And an award-winning storyteller, with both my words and my camera.… Read More »How lucky am I to be a dog photographer in Spokane?
There’s a pretty consistent look in a lot of dog photography. It’s that blurry, creamy background that keeps your dog in focus, the spotlight of the image. Kinda like this: Or this: OK, yeah, I really just wanted you to… Read More »In focus: Immerse yourself in a dog’s world
The Magic Moment is the special connection I see between you and your dog. Let’s find it for you at a Memories session in Spokane or Coeur d’Alene.
Our brains are predisposed to find pleasure in symmetry. There are whole psychological studies dedicated to it. It’s tough to find in nature, even harder in faces. But I think I got it: in an Idaho rescue dog who’s looking… Read More »1 perfect face: An Idaho rescue dog in need of a home