Category Archives: Dog Photography

Christy had come to the studio to have her son’s senior portraits created and wanted a family portrait for their home. A number of parents realize the value of creating a lasting memory of the family before their senior graduates and “leaves the nest”. We worked together to match color tones in the clothing with…

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Sharon won a silent auction I donated for the McKinney Boyd Football team banquet so she could get a family portrait she had been wanting for a long time. What family is complete without including their dog in the family photograph? We of course included their 4 legged family member. After a phone consultation we…

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Lola came in for her first portrait setting this week. Her mom had planned on waiting until she was 6 months old, but since she still is a week shy of 5 months, we were afraid she would be too big to fit in a chair! Lola has great manners and really big feet for…

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Tucker might be a 4 legged gentleman, but a family portrait without him wouldn’t really be complete. He turned out to be just as photogenic and easy to work with as the rest of his family so it was a great session! So great that I chose the image of Tucker and the girls to…

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I got a chance to hang out with 3 Old English Sheepdogs at the studio today. Their mom and dad, Devra and Mike are advocates and rescue parents for the breed.  These guys visit the park the same time I do several times a week when my dawg takes me for a walk. Within a…

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