The theme for the 52 week project this week is bloopers. As you can imagine as a pet photographer we tend to have a lot of bloopers. A lot of them are the handlers reaching down to pet the dog or give the dog a snack in the middle of the shot and then, well, there are these.
This is the, “let me smell your face through the camera lens” blooper.
This is the, “yummy, those snacks look good, and I haven’t eaten in years” blooper or the, “I just had Novocaine” blooper.
“Hey buddy, my eyes are up here” blooper.
Last is the, “oh you’ve run out of snacks?” blooper, because if Hammy don’t get paid, Hammy don’t work. 😉
It was such a pleasure meeting everyone at the Denver Pet Expo. I’ve been working hard all week to make sure the photos from the superhero photo booth look fantastic before we post them. It’s a lot of work editing out those leashes and making them look like little comic strips. I want every photo to be wonderful so that when you decide to buy a print or a canvas there isn’t a leash or seam to be seen.
Here is a before and after photo so you can see what I’ve been working on:
I hope you all enjoyed the photos as much as I enjoyed meeting you all and taking them.
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The theme this week is comic book, yes it was my turn to pick!
I had a booth at the Denver Pet Expo on Saturday and set up a Superhero photo booth. It was really busy and a lot of fun. The best part of course is meeting everyone and taking photos of super cute dogs dressed as superheros!
The theme for the 52 Week Project this week is beautiful sky. Last week we showed a few photos with Scout during a gorgeous sunset. This week Scout is helping us show off a beautiful Colorado sky again.
Here’s a photo of our foster dog, Scout, at a local park, standing on a concrete wall with a gorgeous cornflower blue sky behind him.
This week the theme is summertime. We have gorgeous weather here in Colorado and even in the winter we spend quite a bit of time outside. The one big difference for me is I miss a lot of sunsets during the winter. It gets dark earlier and it can be a bit chilly to stand outside at night to watch the sun go down. Not that it doesn’t happen but not as often as it does in summer.
During the summer we also have afternoon storms, it’s gorgeous and sunny in the morning and then sometime around 2:00 pm a storm starts rolling in and then maybe an hour or two later it’s moving out. The remaining storm clouds help to create a gorgeous sunset and since it’s warm out I love to be outside to watch it. So summertime in Colorado reminds me of beautiful dramatic skies. And I think those skies make it the perfect time for a pet photography session.
Here is Scout our foster pup in front of some gorgeous Colorado skies.