Studio Pet Portraits is my Style

I started doing this for my local Humane Society and love it. The shelter manager gave me the best compliment, saying that I take a throw away animal no one wanted and make them look beautiful and desirable. (This is Ingot, a shelter puppy who started her life in the snow with an emaciated mother who ended up not being able to care for her. I raised her and her siblings from about 2 weeks old.)

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Allen Hammer's picture

Very nice image. Kudos

I'm with Allen Hammer really nice Image.

On the Internet I'm seeing more and more kind of overedited Images of animals. I don't want to say that there isn't gone work into that picture but it's really subtile and done in a great way.

Let me ask you one question: Is this image cropped? I'm wondering because we can't see the paws of this little guy. If this was done intentionally, forgot what i said :D I'm just curious to learn if there's any reason :D

but anyway this picture is indeed very likeable.