It’s been a rough year but there are also reminders that Spokane does not suck. Finding great hills to hike with your dog is good way to remember.
Bella and I welcomed a new lens into our litle gear family. It’s a super wide-angle lens that I just love using for dogs and landscapes around Spokane.
I’m a big believer that you should print the images from your dog portrait session with Noses & Toes Pet Photography. I had some fun and turned one image of Bella into a pair of socks.
It’s been a long week waiting for Mother Nature gave us a golden hour glow for pretty dog portraits of Bella, my professional model. Let’s book your session for the summer!
Bella has been the best little professional dog model this week, helping me practice off-camera flash for portrait sessions in Spokane. She gets paid in treats.
Adding texture to dog portraits is a fun challenge. You can either do it naturally – with the gorgeous rugged landscapes of Spokane – or in Photoshop.
I joined a nationwide Pet Bloggers Challenge to talk about my journey in blogging for dog photography. See what my highlights were in 2019 and what I might have cooking for 2020.