I captured these portraits of my pitbull Jade while we were wandering in the forest of our new home in Finland.
I was just sitting on the couch fiddling with my camera and 200-500mm lens, when I decided to snap a picture of our flat-coated retriever by the sliding glass door. As I focused, she lifted her head. I got off one or two shots before she ended the photo-shoot by coming over to check out the camera.
The shot is cropped in for dramatic...
This is my baby, Rue. She is 3 years old. A photo of her being still, which is rare.
I love the light in this photo.
Hi, I'm new to the group. This is my favorite photo of a client's dog that I took this past Fall. CC's are welcome. Thank you!- Ava
Shot this with sony 85mm f1.8, and a 90cm softbox with speedlite. What do you think?
Shot of my dog Bono in the forest. Shot on a Sony A9 and Sony 85mm f1.8. What do you think? Any CC is always welcome!
My partner and I went away over the festive period to stay in a beautiful lodge just on the outskirts of Richmond, North Yorkshire. We witnessed some beautiful sunrises and sunsets and this image of Keira, one of our German Shorthaired Pointers was captured minutes after sunrise one morning.
Absolutely love a sunrise, probably my...
This guy is my most photographed subject--he doesn't complain about getting his picture taken the way the rest of the family does. Its always hard to get exposure correct for a dark brown and white dog in the winter. If I get his face exposed well everything else gets blown out. If the rest isn't blown out, his face is too dark to see any...
Meet Oliver, a 1 year old Australian Shepard.
What's your favorite type of dog image?
I usually enjoy taking pictures of this guy in his element which is the beach or a hike.
For any studio photographers out there, who else uses more dramatic lighting to create more of an atmosphere in their images?
I tend to be quite experimental with my lighting and cover a variety of styles and poses to get the best out of the dog.
Maximus was this humongous but incredibly soft and gentle giant. I wanted to show off...
I took Kona with me location scouting this weekend - she was incredibly well behaved! :)
Shot on a D750 with 50mm 1.8.
My best friend Hachiko, the Shiba inu, a very patient model as well :-)
These are some of my very first "home studio" shots, so advice and comments are welcome.
If I had my way to live my photography dream I would love to be a pet photographer ☺️ Sadly I live in Redneckville where people are very unlikely to spend money on professional photographs of their fur babies so I only get to practice with my own... luckily I have three willing participants 😁. Here they are... Loki, Macy and Peanut
My lovely bride gets a jump on Christmas decorating by having a fall tree. She also made Diem a fall flower collar to wear. This evening we got decent photo of Diem wearing her fall flower with the fall tree in the background. Sigma Art 24-105 at 58mm, f5, 1/15 of a second.