One technique for dog portrait sessions gives us a different look into your dog’s personality quirks. It’s called SCUFI and it stands for shoot close up for impact.
The technical aspects of dog photography might seem a little boring at first. I try to make it fun.
“If the women don’t find you handsome, they should at least find you handy.” This pithy quote comes from Canada’s answer to Tim “The Toolman” Taylor. The Red Green Show ran from 1991 to 2006, a helluva lot longer than… Read More3D printing: How my husband hacks my camera gear
Life doesn’t last long enough. Not mine. Not yours. Not our dogs’. Oh, thanks, Angela … it’s time for a cheery post, is it? Bear with me. Let’s dig into why I think pet portraits, more specifically portraits of you… Read MorePet portraits: 5 reasons why I get photo shoots with my dog
I gifted myself a new Godox AD300 on a Black Friday sale to give a boost to my work with off-camera flash.
I freakin’ love dog photos in wide angle! The ability to show off their quirky, funny personalities is just one of the reasons why I dig my super wide lens so much.
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 MoreBig blue sky tops my list for dog portraits 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 More3 dog photo sessions with incredible North Idaho scenery
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 MoreNo bullshit: How to frame a life of adventure and dog photography