- The Covid Days
- Dog of the Month – April 2020
- 11 Tips for Taking Cell Phone Photos of Your Dog
- 3,000 Shelter Dogs Photographed!
- Dog of the Month – February 2020
- Say “I Love You” With A Photo
- Why I Love Black and White
- New Backgrounds
- Bianca’s Pet Photography Session
- Halloween Pet Photo Fundraiser in Boulder with RE/MAX.
- Hearts Speak – a great article about a great organization.
- Some New Faces and some Old Faces
- Little Stinkers
- New Summer Background
- Sitting Pretty
- This Shelter Dogs’ Life
- Special Photo Sessions for Patient Pooches
- Photographing High Energy Dogs in the Shelter
- Big Dog, Little Dog!
- Coaching Shy Dogs
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Here are some new faces and some old faces at Longmont Humane Society. A couple of these dogs were adopted before we even had a chance to post their photos, like Randall here. Most dogs do get adopted quickly, but … Continue reading
This summer I had a new background made for my outdoor dog photo sessions at the shelter. My outdoor options there are challenging because I have harsh mid morning sunlight with very little shade and the green bush I had … Continue reading
Today at the shelter I photographed this boy, Koda. He is quite photogenic and we discovered he knew a few tricks like sit, down, shake and sit pretty. It’s really fun to find out these things while creating dog portraits. … Continue reading
This is Porgy. I have photographed him four times over the past several years (maybe five years?). He is one of the most amazing dogs I’ve ever met. Porgy came to Longmont Humane Society after spending nine months in a … Continue reading
These boys were so fun to photograph! Dozer, the Great Dane needed some extra care while being cared for by Lonmgont Humane Society. He was underweight and very anxious in the shelter environment. They paired him up with Tiny who … Continue reading
Quite often dogs in shelters are feeling shy or frightened which makes getting a good photograph difficult. They don’t know why they are in the shelter, why their owner has not come for them or what will happen to them … Continue reading
Every 2-3 years we travel to Southwest Colorado or New Mexico. We always make it a point to stop for coffee and take a look around in San Luis, CO. It is a tiny little town with a population of … Continue reading
Jessie is dressed up in his super hero underdog costume for Halloween. Like his brother Jackie, (see Little Red Riding Hood Post) dressing up is challenging in that it makes him think and try to figure out what we are … Continue reading
My dog Jackie views dressing up in costumes akin to agility training. He was born a feral dog in New Orleans right after Hurricane Katrina hit and has overcome many obstacles of being a fearful dog. So, when we go … Continue reading