Some portrait sessions with your dog need to be more low-key and quiet. I’ve scouted nine parks that are ideal for quiet adventures.
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
Bella and I went looking for new locations for photoshoots with dogs as part of our Great Spokane Parks Challenge.
Not everyone wants to on a big hike, so I’ve scouted five parks in Spokane where we can go for your epic dog photos.
Five, maybe six years ago, it was just a bunch of rocks on the side of the trail. Now that I’m a dog photographer, always looking for great locations and epic backgrounds, it’s different. It’s a place to put dogs… Read MoreDogs on rocks: How an unlikely location turns into great photos
It’s been an incredible year creating timeless memories for more than 50 clients, including four gorgeous German shepherds of Spokane.
Sunsets and dog photography go hand in hand. Especially for silhouettes. But I only ever seem to get them accidentally.
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.
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