You all probably know that I cant get enough photos of my and our pups at home. Their just so cute, and every photo is different. I don’t get photos of Snickers very often, because he isn’t really photogenic…. still working on that patience. But I had an assignment for my photo essay class to get 6 words for 3 images.
I took snickers to our park down the street with one of our martial arts students and had her help hold a leaf, of which I didn’t know he liked…lol. I hope you enjoy the cuteness!
This photo shoot was for my Location Photography class this term. We had to use some type of non natural light. Using a flash with a soft light box on it. This was a new flash to me that arrived today. Here are the photos that I got that were the best.
I had an opportunity during the sunset to take some quick photos this evening. The sunlight was coming through the window just perfectly. Here are a few photos, with some similar because they’re to cute not to post. enjoy
As you might have seen in March, I photographed my first build with Fences for Fido. They Built a fence for our husky Nikita. Well recently just after that I decided to become a volunteer for them and to give back to my community and help this amazing non profit organization out. My first actually build as a volunteer that I photographed was the unchaining of AJ and Albert; two pit bulls that are son and father. It was a great experience and to do something for others. Here are photos of that day. There will soon be a video as well.
Also attached is a video I did of the shoot for another class project. Enjoy
Makoa was one of the puppies from our last litter of Dobermans. He is now a year old. He has been staying with us for the past month as were dog sitting him for his owner. Here are a few … Continue reading →
So if you have been following my Facebook, you might of known about Nikita getting a fence. Fences For Fido is a non-profit organization built of all volunteers that build fences for dogs that are chain. Recently the tethering law … Continue reading →