Monthly Archives: September 2012


My ability to get together for a shoot with adorable Corgi Chewey several weeks ago was a bit of a happy coincidence, and I am so glad Chewey’s person and I were able to work it out! Chewey is an adventure hound who’s up for just about anything; he did everything from squaring off with […]

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Tools of the Trade: Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM

I wanted to take a quick break from the adorable dogs and cats that normally fill up this space to talk about another aspect of photography that I’m passionate about: gear! And, more importantly, how that gear relates to taking photos of…the adorable dogs and cats that normally fill up this space! With photography, the […]

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Annie and Zoey

Annie the Labrador Retriever and Zoey the Jack Russell Fox Terrier mix are two “siblings” that I had the pleasure of meeting on a bright, beautiful late-summer morning a few weeks ago. I loved watching the interaction between these two happy, well-loved dogs! Zoey, who is still a puppy at just six months old, follows […]

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Second Looks

One of the most tenuous aspects of pet photography is the finished look of a photo. While I’m working on a shot I’ll ask myself questions like: Is it contrasty enough, or is it too contrasty? Is it bright enough, or is it overexposed? Are the colors dull, or over saturated? I would say that […]

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