July is Looking Good

Published by Shooting The Dog on

After a rather quiet June, July is looking good, two photo shoots already done, and another two in the next week. So we like July so far this year, not only busy but, in general, the weather has been fantastic too. So not much to complain about as we celebrate our twelfth business birthday.

12 years in Business

Shop Front 2019

I could hardly of imagined that I would still be here 12 years ago. It was a bit of a risk opening, but I wouldn’t change it now for the world. The move to specialise in pet photography was obviously the right thing for me to do, both from a personal and business point of view.

Over the years I have had the pleasure of working with and photographing some wonderful dogs, cats and occasionally other pets … and normally the people with them are quite nice too! I have made some great friends along the way, and have learnt so much.

Norman and FEBE

Location Shoot - Norman

First of our July sessions was with the extremely handsome Stormin’ Norman. On location at a local park, we were looking for some shots amongst the wild flowers. Of course, Norman had other ideas.

Location Shoot - Febe

Joining Norman in the park was the lovely Febe, a Lagotto Romagnolo. My first experience of the Italian breed, and I have to say she was gorgeous and full of fun.

Studio Shoot

Studio Pet Photography - Evie

Next up was a studio shoot with the adorable Evie, as 12 month old West Highland Terrier. She was bouncing off the walls a bit, but great fun; and who wouldn’t fall in love with that face.

We had to resort to having a lead on to keep her in one place, but with a bit of post processing work, you would never know.

Studio Pet Photography - Max

Evie was joined in the studio by Max. Max is a 12 year old West Highland Terrier, who has a few health issues. He was a blast to work with, and spent much of the time I was photographing Evie sat on the floor next to me trying to work out how to get into the treat pouch!

Shooting The Dog

Devon based pet and animal photographer.


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