Tanner, Mr. Helicopter Ears! {SF Bay Area Dog Photographer}

When Tanner’s mom mentioned the various things she would like to have captured of her sweet dog, the first thing she said was “his helicopter ears!”  I tried to imagine what she meant, but it was not until I saw his handsome face that I got it!  What wonderful ears!  Tanner was wonderful inside and out.  Mom warned me that he LOVES his tennis ball..well he must loved me too because he kept bringing it back to me to toss!    I know he slept well after his photo shoot because we wore him out!

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Project 52 – Bloopers!

I am back with this week’s blog  post where I have again joined up with other pet photographers from the Beautiful Beasties Network  to collectively challenge ourselves with a weekly assignment.   This week’s assignment is Bloopers!  Well this was perfect timing for bloopers as I photographed 40 pups and their owners on Sunday in support of NorCal Poodle Rescue and there were a zillion bloopers!   Here are just a few!

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Next up is Los Angeles Area Pet Photographer – Spotty Nose .   Click on the links at the bottom of each post and follow the blog circle back to here!  Have fun!

NorCal Poodle Rescue Portrait Sessions

What a blast!  On Sunday I photographed 40 assorted poodles, doodles, and other pups all in support of the wonderful non-profit rescue group – NorCal Poodle Rescue. They do such wonderful work and it was my pleasure to give them all a lovely portrait of their furballs with all proceeds going to help save more poodles!

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Project 52 – Spotlight!

I am back with this week’s blog  post where I have again joined up with other pet photographers from the Beautiful Beasties Network  to collectively challenge ourselves with a weekly assignment.   This week’s assignment is SPOTLIGHT, or using light to direct the focus of your photo.  I knew just the spot in my house where light peeks in during the early evening hours and creates beautiful light and shadows.  Hubby helped out by getting the pups attention outside.  First up is Jack and then his sister Julie.  I waited a bit between shots to let the light soften a bit.  My attempt at a duo shot failed!  Can you guess why I picked that color carpet?

Now it is that fun time again to follow the blog posts around the world to see how other pet photographers interpreted this theme.  Just click on the links at the bottom of each post until you end up back here.  First up is Kathryn Schauer Photography, Madison CT Pet Photography.  Have fun!