These are dogs that I have transported to their new locations to either fosters, rescue groups or new adopters. Between picking them up and delivering them I photograph them.
Photographer from St. Louis making my living for the past 30+ years behind my cameras. Photograph dogs occasionally and love each of them. Here are a few from my last 2 sessions.
Hi all, this is my dog Pr1mo. He's my first dog and the reason I started photography.
I also named my business after him. He's an Italian dog (I've lived there for a couple of years) and primo means first in Italian.
His most favorite place is the beach and luckily for him, we live close by.
I specialize in animals among car, portraiture, corporate, product and event photography . So far dogs of course were my primary subjects as the most lucrative animals to shoot. ;-) However I am also interested in wildlife.
I shoot and edit my own photos myself. That ensures that the final images will stay true to my own vision and style...
So, Lee just got a puppy, and we experimented in the studio today! We did a live video on Facebook (link below) so you can see the cuteness. We tried to get Leo (the Vizsla puppy) to lick plexiglass using corn syrup, and Rutledge (3yr old Maltese) with peanut butter. The corn syrup worked well to not block the tongue, but the puppy wasn't super...
This is my first post in this group.
Just a fun shoot with my friends Rottweilers.
Pleas tell me what you think. Good bad and what I can do better.
Hi everyone! I am a pet photographer based in Mid-Missouri. Please give some critique on my photos!
This one is my GreatDane dog name Paavo, it's take a little time to get him staring out of empty window :)
Hi I'm Jason a Lincolnshire based pet photographer just wanted to pop my head in and say hello
My GF picked this little guy up the day David Bowie died, So let me introduce y'all to...
Hi all, I'm new to FS and to this group and wanted to show you one of my shots.
One of the most gorgeous Border Collies I've ever met.
Unfortunately she suffered from epilepsy and her owner had to let her go about a year ago.
She was such a sweetheart and so photogenic.
Took this photo of Bentley on our walk last week because the lighting was just so beautiful and the way he was standing looked very regal.
Captured with my Sony A7Rii, Samyang 135/2 @F2 1/125th ISO 100.
My faithful partner, companion, confidant, K9 Ernie. Shown here relaxing after training. The light was pretty harsh, but I couldn't resist.
This is our 14 year old Nellie. She is not happy about the camera, but she does love her rolls in the snow.
Before/after image of a puppy at the park last week.
I plan on revisiting this when I get a tablet to try and remove the grass in front of her nose, not sure enough of my skills using the mouse to do so.
PopTart is a terrier mix, though we're not sure how many or which ones. From some angles, he looks almost like a mini pitbull. From other angles, you can clearly see his Boston Terrier side. Our vet gave us a clever naming system for mutts and rescues: Place they were found + personality descriptor + breed. So PopTart is a Blacksburg Punk...
How have I only just noticed this group?
Pet photography is very rewarding and as i'm sure you're all aware!...can be quite stressful,
Just posting to say Hi and keep tabs on all things here!
I look forward to seeing pictures of pooches!
Here's one of my dog sessions:
Most of my dog photos are of my own dog, Luna who is pretty photogenic.
I just took this one of her today after getting my New K-1 back from six weeks in repair.
I shot this with an all manual Leitz Summicron 50/2 adapted to K mount which wasn't easy!