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
Bella and I had a free day to reconnect. We went for a photo walk at Mirabeau Park in Spokane Valley.
Bella and I love hitting the trails! Here are 5 of our favorite trails for hiking with dogs in North Idaho.
Photographers have favorite times of day to schedule sessions. Me? I like to be a little flexible for my dog portraits in Spokane. Jobs and career moves have always been the big factor in my sleep schedule. When I was… Read More »Big blue sky tops my list for dog portraits in Spokane
Do you see that sweet girl up there? Don’t you think that face deserves a delicious summer dog treat? She’s been getting awfully neglected lately with me running off to North Idaho for Paws of the Panhandle sessions with other… Read More »Ice cream: 1 easy recipe for a summer dog treat
Every dog has a different personality. And every human has a different idea of what that personality is like. My mission during your dog portrait session is to translate those ideas into epic statement pieces for the walls of your… Read More »13 must-have photos from your dog portrait session
It’s true. I have seven favorite golden retrievers of Spokane. All seven of them have been in front of my camera lens, one more often than the others. Desi has made multiple appearances in front of the Nikon D750 and… Read More »Hold your pose: My 5 favorite golden retrievers of Spokane
They aren’t handicapped. They aren’t disabled. They’re specially abled. These rescue dogs of Idaho do have special abilities. Better than special. Super. They’re super-powered. The dogs of Heath’s Haven Rescue & Sanctuary in Athol, Idaho, have the power to show… Read More »Superpowers: The specially abled rescue dogs of Idaho
Keeping your dog on leash is law in Spokane and Spokane County. That’s just one reason why it’s a good idea to keep your dog leash while hiking in Spokane.
Oooh, the colors of spring are coming out! The hiking trails of tare dotted with glacier lilies, buttercups and widow’s grass. Soon enough, we’ll have fields of arrowhead balsamroot and blue flax enhancing the Spokane and North Idaho scenery. I’m… Read More »3 dog photo sessions with incredible North Idaho scenery