The theme this week for the 52 Week Project is back lighting. I was so excited about this theme and had a plan and then life happened, car problems, computer problems, and a backlog of home and work projects all came to a head this week and I did not have any time to do a shoot with this is mind. So I’m using a few photos from this past fall with beautiful back lighting. I picked a puppy and kittens so hopefully you’ll forgive me. Hoping to be back in the swing of things next week.
What’s new? What’s new is the theme for the 52 Week Project this week.
I think after this winter most of us are really looking forward to spring and this year I’m doing my first spring mini sessions at the Denver Animal Shelter on March 28th. I’m really excited about it because 100% of the session fee is going to help Bubba G.
For those of you who haven’t read, Bubba G is a pit bull mix that was found in Denver with extreme injuries that are most likely from dog fighting. He’s going to need a lot of medical care with an approximate cost of $10,000 and I want to help raise money for him.
Bubba G is already doing better and he’s a favorite at DAS, even after the abuse he’s endured, he still loves to meet new friends. Making his way around the shelter to be loved and to love back and maybe get a snack or two along the way. His life is changing and his sweet personality will bloom with the right kind of care and love, spring is the perfect theme to help such a pup.
We are happy to report that right now we only have two sessions left so if you are interested please contact us at email@example.com.
The theme for the 52 Week Project this week is symmetry. Looking at my pet portraits I tend to go for an asymmetrical look most of the time, so this is a fun challenge.
The snow covering Boo Radley’s dog house was interesting to me this week with the snow sliding down the roof and creating this chilly little wrap, like a shawl, so I knew I wanted to use the dog house in my example.
Boo is an inside dog and he has very little interest in his dog house. The only time Boo goes in his dog house is when I’m shoveling the snow off the patio and when I bribe him. So I got out the cheese and set up the flashes inside the house and took a few photos.
I have to say I love the vertical lines from the fence and the horizontal lines from the dog house with the snow separating them. The flash inside gives it a nice kick and makes it a little more interesting, and of course, Boo looks as handsome as ever.
Have a great week!
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