Pupscapes: Spokane panorama makes the perfect dog portrait

panoramic portrait on spokane river

This isn’t your average you and your dog portrait.

Nope, this is you and your dog front and center (OK, front and kinda over to the side, because composition) on a panorama of the gorgeous landscapes we have right here in Spokane and North Idaho.

I teased you about it a couple of weeks ago when I wrote about shooting close up for impact. I talked about how much I love the scenery around here and how I found Craig Turner-Bullock’s Dogarama portraits so inspiring.

At the risk of copycatting Craig’s amazing idea, I’ve adopted panoramic portraits into my session offerings. The Pupscape™ is exclusive to my Adventure Day session, which I’ve adjusted to include a 36-inch by 16-inch metal print of your panoramic portrait.

Imagine it in your living room. Your friends’ jaws will drop and they’ll be totally jealous of the love you have for your dog and the amazing places you go together.

golden retriever on a dock

The Pupscape panoramic portrait

Good summer fun

I’m totally obsessed.

These panoramic portraits are all I’ve been working on lately … and poor Bella, my best model. She has learned to sit so patiently and prettily as I try to get my off-camera flash into the right spot.

We’ve done a panoramic dog portrait at our favorite spot on the Spokane River. It’s the image above but here it is in full panoramic glory:

panoramic portrait on spokane river

We’ve also done the summit of Kit Carson:

hiking with dogs to mount kit carson summit

And sunset at Saltese Uplands Conservation Area in Liberty Lake:

sunset dog portrait at Liberty Lake

And there was Desi the golden retriever during a session at her favorite spot on Lake Sherry:

panorama of golden retriever at Sherry Lake near Colville, WA

Desi at the lake

I’m having so much fun making these panoramic portraits. Dog photography gets me excited any day of the week but now I want everyone to have a giant panoramic dog portrait. It makes me want to grab Terry and Maverick and go back to Steptoe Butte to redo this into a panorama:

man and corgi at palouse washington

Rock with a view

If ever there was a spot, eh?

Get your very own panoramic dog portrait

The Pupscape™ dog portrait is included in every Adventure Session booked.

Take me on your favorite hike, to your favorite fishing spot or to your favorite beach on the Spokane River. We’ll put you in front of Mother Nature’s beautiful work and get my skills working on your panoramic portrait.

I can’t wait to find out where we’re going. I’ll bring treats for your pup and we’ll have a fun, carefree day exploring and enjoying the incredible scenery of Spokane and North Idaho. We’ll create your panoramic dog portrait along with a gallery of smaller images that will commemorate our adventure.

Head to my contact page and reach out with your idea:

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All around the circle

That’s my summer fun, wandering around Spokane and North Idaho with my camera and finding gorgeous landscapes.

Our topic for this week’s worldwide pet photographers blog circle is summer fun.

Now let’s head out and see how the pet photographers are having fun this summer. Start with Tracy Allard of Penny Whistle Photography fetching pet and family portraits in Coppell, Carrollton and the greater Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.

Click the link at the bottom of Tracy’s post to get to the next post and so on. When you get back here to Laura and her pack, you know you’re home.

Right where you belong.

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