Need a pet portrait when the landscape seems less than ideal? Off-season photography can be lovely, even without green grass or snow!
Taking photos of black cats doesn’t have to be any harder than photographing light-colored cats. Here are a few tips for you.
Give your children a professional photoshoot with their childhood dog. It’s a gift they will cherish for years to come!
I’ve photographed many puppies over the years and they are ALL adorable! Here are some of my favorites.
I love using vintage trucks for photoshoots! Here’s a collection of some of my favorite pups in trucks.
If you have an elderly dog, it’s never a mistake to photograph them sooner rather than later. Here’s what to expect at your photoshoot.
Boots look stylish and add a fun element to your dog’s photos. Here are some examples for inspiration.
Nearly every dog loves riding in the car! Vintage cars are stunning but regular rides work too.
Murphy picked out the Squirrel book for book club because he’s the boss..and he knew all the other dogs would enjoy it.
Fun examples of dogs diving after toys, wading in creeks and cooling off in the water during their photo shoots.
There are more photo possibilities in winter than most people imagine. Take a look at winter portraits I’ve taken of dogs in Denver.
Cats who weren’t in the mood to be photographed. As Garfield said, “It’s not that I dislike you, I just don’t like you near me.”