- 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
- Bam-Bam for Mayor
- Jesse – The Super Hero Underdog
- Little Red Riding Hood – October 2014
- Dogs Overcoming Obstacles
- You Can’t Get An Old Girl Down
- No One Told Carmen She is Nine Years Old
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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
I had a great variety of pups to photograph yesterday at Longmont Humane Society. Lily, on the left, was super shy because of deep seeded fears, but tried really hard to explore anyway. She is a Giant Schnauzer and just … Continue reading
This is Bugsy, an amazing 11 year old gal that I just photographed at Longmont Humane Society. She was surrendered due to an infection in her leg that was caused by a bandage that was too tight on her foot. … Continue reading
Yesterday I had quite the diverse group of dogs to photograph. Out of eight dogs, two were senior citizens, one was deaf and one had only three legs, often referred to as a tripod. It was great to meet each … Continue reading
This past weekend my mother and I, along with the help of Dixie and Brett, photographed 13 dogs for Longmont Humane Society. See below to meet some beautiful pups!