Photography books about dogs help us see the world through the eyes of a dog … and it’s better than 20/20 vision.
Will your sit still for a photo shoot? Who cares?! Dogs should be doing dog things, having fun and enjoying their adventure.
Little One takes her job as a service dog very seriously but when it’s playtime, she knows how to crack a smile.
“Walking the dog” is one of my favorite “poses” during your dog photography session.
An end of life dog photography session is a celebration of the memories you and your best fur friend have shared.
Bella and I made a trip to the coast this week to visit two friends in Long Beach, Washington.
Farragut State Park near Athol is one of my all-time favorite places to take an adventure dog for some photography.
Senior dog photo shoots are an extra special opportunity to freeze moments in time. Here are 4 of the goodest boys and girls who rocked their sessions.
Meet Nevus, one of the working dogs who is featured in Paws of the Inland Northwest. Bets are Nevus is never bored but your dog might be.
Bella and I have been going to the Rocks of Sharon since she’s been old enough to hike. In about a half hour from the Stevens Creek trailhead in Valleyford, we are at the Big Rock with a view that… Read MoreRocks of Sharon: A place for epic dog photos that’s close to home