It’s not every day I get to photograph two adorable Corgis but when I do, it sure is a lot of fun.
These two adorable friends are hilarious together. Henry is all about following directions and Sophie is all about being the clown. And heaven help you if you walk by the two of them, there is no way you can resist their charms. You must pet them! And when you do Sophie will make sure you pet her more.
We had a great time at their dog photography session at Red Rocks Park in Morrison, Colorado. The weather was great and we got to take a nice long walk along the trading post trail.
It’s perfect there in the spring with the wildflowers blooming and huge puffy white clouds floating in the sky. There were a lot of people running, biking, hiking and most of them were pretty excited to see Henry and Sophie. We had a few people stop to take photos of me taking photos of them. It makes me laugh a little that people tend to be very excited to see a pet photography session in process. I promise whenever I’ve photographed humans it doesn’t draw the same attention.
Check out Henry and Sophie’s photos below. I think they did a great job posing for and smiling for me. They are so stinkin’ cute!
Contact StinkDog Photos to schedule your dog’s portrait session at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado. It’s quintessential Colorado and one of my favorite places on earth.
People were lined up outside the Larimer Lounge waiting for their nights to begin and I was standing around outside waiting to meet a dog. Not just any dog, Franklin the Great Dane. As Franklin approached with his dad, I couldn’t get over how beautiful and graceful Franklin is. He’s steady in his walk and everyone turned to stare…. “he’s the size of a horse” people cried out. It’s something Franklin and his dad hear on every walk. People ran over to pet him and ask questions and we walked slowly towards the alley to begin our portrait session.
Franklin’s dad is an artist and he loved the idea of an urban photo session for his furry best friend. They take long walks everyday all over Denver and Franklin is used to people and other dogs so I suggested the alley behind Larimer St in Denver’s RiNo district.
RiNo is a really great location for a pet photography session if your dog is used to walking in busy downtown areas and you love color. It’s not for every dog, there are a lot of distractions. For Franklin it was nothing a few yummy treats couldn’t take care of.
We wondered the alley and found colorful spaces and hidden doorways to take photos in. Franklin had fun doing tricks for treats and getting pet by lots of people walking by. It was a great night for a dog photography session and Franklin was a great model. He’s a sweet soul and I’m happy I got to spend time with him.
Here are a few photos from his session below.
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