The Tamron 10-24mm lens has been a part of my life since 2011. I remember my buddy Jack, a wedding photographer, saying the best setup for me, then a ghost-town photographer, was three lens covering the range of focal lengths:… Read More »Frankenlens: Why dog photos in wide angle are my favorite
The book is closed on the Paws of the Panhandle, a fundraiser dedicated to photography sessions of dogs loving their Idaho adventures.
The in-between moments are why I rarely stop clicking. I don’t want to miss a thing during dog photo sessions. Not a single funny, goofy, sweet, loving moment between you and your dog. The in-between moments can give me those… Read More »Highlight reel: 5 dog photo sessions with the fun of bloopers
<Knock knock> It’s meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. I’m standing on your doorstep, my arms full of treasures to decorate your home. The prints of your dog portrait session are ready. We’re bringing your adventure home. It’s time to hang your Statements and enjoy… Read More »Step 4: Bring the adventure home from your dog portrait session
The wait can be agonizing. Just one little peek at the dog photos from our portrait session, pleeeeeaaaase? If that’s the thought crossing your mind, we’re all wrapped up with an adventure into dog photography in North Idaho or Spokane.… Read More »Step 3: How to turn your dog photos into amazing home decor
This is when the magic happens. Your dog photography session is going to be filled with smiles, snuggles and fun times. You, your dog and I are going to work together to come up with a gallery that screams “That’s… Read More »Step 2: How to make the most of your dog photography session
You want a unique, kickass portrait of you and your dogs in Spokane and North Idaho. Here’s how to get started with Big White Dog Photography.
I met all kinds of dogs while creating the Paws of the Panhandle. Raiden the Akita is one of the biggest dogs of Sandpoint that appears in the photo book dedicated to dogs and the humans who love them.
Bella and I had a free day to reconnect. We went for a photo walk at Mirabeau Park in Spokane Valley.
I get so stoked for springtime and dog portrait sessions in Spokane and North Idaho wildflowers. Fields are bursting with color everywhere you look.