Tag Archives: Sacramento Pet Photography

Thoughts on Composite Photos

The above shot of my Chocolate Lab, Samantha, is one of my favorite photos. Unfortunately, it isn’t real. At least, not completely real — it’s a composite of about thirty photos blended together, and an example of using software and low-cost workarounds to achieve a creative vision that would otherwise be prohibitively expensive or just […]

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The first thing that struck me about Rocco was his size — when you’ve grown used to having a 45 pound “mini” Lab around the house it’s easy to forget just how big Labs can be. And Rocco’s not just big, he’s 90+ pounds of gregarious goofiness bundled into a shiny black coat of fur, […]

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Focus :: 52 Weeks of Photos

I’m part of a group of pet photographers that post an image or series of images every Friday that reflect on a particular theme as part of a “52 Project” — or a project to take a new photo every week for a year. Each photographer links to one another in a way that allows […]

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Kirby and Franklin

Kirby is a rescued Welsh Corgi who has just begun to settle into his forever home with owner Melissa and fellow Corgi (and past star of this blog), Franklin. He is an earnest, expressive dog that loves to curl up on your feet when he’s not bounding through grass or chasing after his older brother. […]

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Ginger is a playful Chocolate Lab that I’ve had the pleasure of knowing for a number of years. She is responsible for convincing me that, after never really having had a strong connection with a dog as a child or teenager, I wanted to raise a dog of my own as an adult. (It’s not […]

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