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 MoreHow lucky am I to be a dog photographer in Spokane?
Lysbeth and Kipton had an amazing Adventure Day at the Dishman Hills Natural Area in Spokane Valley.
Stephanie Niles is the Spokane dog trainer behind Pawsitive Connection. She has exciting things happening with her Mead-based business.
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 MoreIn 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 More1 perfect face: An Idaho rescue dog in need of a home
We aren’t having much of a Spokane Valley winter. I had to make due with a little Photoshop after hiking Post Falls with Bella.
Bella and I went back to Plantes Ferry to work on centered composition. It’s one of my favorite places to hold a Memories session.
Spokane weather has turned on us. It’s been raining for most of the week, keeping us inside.
It’s time for a fresh start, kicking off the new year with a new brand and new website. Welcome to Big White Dog!