Reeses: 3 months old… and a few extras

Reeses’ is now 3 months old (12 weeks!) Her hair is really soft, and fluffy. As you can see she has her daddy dogs’ ears.

I threw in a photo of Nala and Snickers as well as I am renting lighting equipment from school for a shoot.

Puppy Update: Three weeks old!

Puppy Update: Three weeks old! WOW

Puppies are three weeks old today! Their eyes opened last week, the fourth pup likes to wine and crawl out of the pool, Reese’s is huge, and well their just getting cuter and cuter by the day.

Puppies are a week old!

Yes… they are already a week old. Crazy right?!

I wanted to get a few quick shots of them before they open their eyes in the coming week.

Check them out, and definitely stay tuned in the next few weeks to see more of these cute little turds!

The Adorable Mr. Snickers

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!

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Environmental Portraits with Snickers and Kahlua

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.

Enjoy!

Snickers: My Funny Boy!

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

Fences for Fido: The Unchaining of AJ and Albert

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

 

Be sure to like Fences for Fido on facebook! :https://www.facebook.com/FencesForFido and go to their website at http://www.fencesforfido.org

There will be plenty of FFF builds to come!

-Chelsea