Sere was very well trained to “sit” and “stay,” making it easy to complete this photo session at a local park. Sere was probably the largest dog we have photographed to date and was fun to work with!
Ashleigh and John met me at Mills Pond in Wells Branch, Texas, on April 30, with their Sophie! Sophie was a happy-go-lucky dog and I found her ears to be fun and expressive! We had a pretty morning to complete the photo session.
Thanks, Bailey, for introducing me to such a great “best friend,” Trooper! Trooper was a fetching machine! We fetched tennis balls and even sticks thrown deep into the pond! We could always depend on a shake down after climbing out of the water!
On April 20, 2016, we had a visit to the DigitalAspirations studio by Holly with dog mom & pop, Judy and Mike. We had hoped to take some outside photos, but it was rainy. In the studio I got to try out my new portable setup. I pasted some wallpaper to a 6′ piece of foam wall insulation from Lowes, clamped a white base board to it, and set everything on a 6’x6′ piece of faux wood sheet vinyl. The whole thing is easy to throw in the car and take to a client’s house or garage for a “studio” look! In some of these pics with Holly we are using this setup:
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