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Today at Apple Aventura Recap – Pet Photography Article

Today at Apple Aventura Recap After our first Today at Apple session in Washington, DC, we were invited by the Aventura Apple Store to host another Photo Lab for the South Florida community. Hosting this Today at Apple session was special because it’s very close to the animal shelter where everything started, the Humane Society of Broward County. Our Keynote included my story working at an… This is only a…

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Dog CLT – a new website about loving and living with dogs in Charlotte NC — BARKography – Pet Photography Article

Dog CLT – a new website about loving and living with dogs in Charlotte NC — BARKography Have you heard of Dog CLT? If you love dogs, this site is for you! Gretchen, dog mom of Chester manages the page.I was contacted by her to offer some tips about photographing dogs. There is some great advice from some of Charlotte’s local dog photographers on her blog. I was honored to be included among them.Imagine my surprise when one of my…

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Molly's Gotcha Day – Pet Photography Article

Molly's Gotcha Day We just celebrated Molly’s Gotcha Day on January 14, 2020. We’ve had her for two years. I’m not a big New Years goal setter but I do have one goal I will accomplish this year. I want to take more photos of Molly.When we adopted her I’d hoped she’d love my camera but the truth is, she doesn’t. Most dogs can learn to like the camera over time by associating it with something positive… like yummy treats.Working…

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Mark Banham + Maddie in Santa Fe — Jesse Freidin Photographer – Pet Photography Article

Mark Banham + Maddie in Santa Fe — Jesse Freidin Photographer For our Santa Fe dog photography session I met Mark and Maddie at their home because I wanted Maddie to be comfortable and calm. She is achey in her old age, and a lot of our time was spent lounging on the couch, or the bed, or in the sunny spot by the patio. Though Mark remembers the days when Maddie could walk for miles or hike up the…

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Cocoa and Annie in Menlo Park — Jesse Freidin Photographer – Pet Photography Article

Cocoa and Annie in Menlo Park — Jesse Freidin Photographer A few years ago I photographed a very good dog named Charlie. He was a Boston Terrier/Chihuahu mix (as far as I could tell) and he was very loved. Like many dog photography clients I work with, Charlie was my client’s first child. He was what brought the family together before my client’s son came into the picture, and there was a very deep history and a lot of love…

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Sneak Peeks of Lucy – Zoo Studio – Pet Photography Article

Sneak Peeks of Lucy – Zoo Studio Zoo Studio Photo gallery Big beautiful images. Just imagine having your own! Your Zoo Studio Experience From the first consultation to the final art prints on your wall – Here we explain our process! Why Choose Zoo We think a strong under­stand­ing of ani­mal behav­iour & ani­mal body lan­guage is how to get the best out of your pet. Meet the Zoo Studio Team Zoo Studio is more than just a job to…

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How to Clicker Train Your Cat (Guest Article) – Pet Photography Article

How to Clicker Train Your Cat (Guest Article) At first attempt, it may seem like cats cannot be trained, but this is completely wrong. The problem lies in trying to train cats the same way someone would train a dog. Cats need specialized training, and that’s why we wanted to share this short guide on how to specifically train cats using a clicker. Reward with snacks According to the feline experts at We’re All About Cats, “Cats are not impossible…

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Outdoor Action and Wide Angle Pet Photo Shoot with Phoebe – Pet Photography Article

Outdoor Action and Wide Angle Pet Photo Shoot with Phoebe Being at Home Put Phoebe at Ease During Her Private Pet Photo Shoot. We met Phoebe originally when she came to one of our Pet Photo Shoot Fundraisers in St. Pete, Florida. Phoebe wasn’t a fan of our studio, which is when we realized a private pet photo shoot was more her speed. We took photos in her backyard, doing…

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2020 – Year of the Rat – Pet Photography Article

2020 – Year of the Rat The new year has finally begun and according to the Chinese calendar, it is the year of the Rat. Officially, the Chinese new year will start on January 25th.  This year is a time of strong endings and new beginnings as the Rat is the first sign of the Chinese zodiac. The year of the rat starts a new 12-year cycle. Much like star signs, the Chinese Zodiac animals have significance attached. The Rat…

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Wintery Dog Photos in Santa Fe — Jesse Freidin Photographer – Pet Photography Article

Wintery Dog Photos in Santa Fe — Jesse Freidin Photographer For this Santa Fe dog photography session we started inside and worked our way outside. I love seeing dogs on a big, bright bed. There’s something that happens when dogs get on the human bed (especially for dogs like these, who aren’t normally allowed on the big bed…). Dogs tend to sink in deeper than usual when they’re on the big bed – maybe because it’s softer than a dog…

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A Silly and Serious Tampa Pets and People Photo Shoot – Pet Photography Article

A Silly and Serious Tampa Pets and People Photo Shoot December 22, 2019 agoldphoto Once the serious photos are out of the way, we like to encourage our clients to be as silly as possible. At the end of this Tampa Pets and People Photo Shoot we suggested picking up one… This is only a snippet of a Pet Photography Article written by agoldphoto Read Full Article

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Juju Bea’s South Tampa Pets and People Photo Shoot – Pet Photography Article

Juju Bea’s South Tampa Pets and People Photo Shoot It can be hard to express to others how much love you have for your dog, but posing for a photo shoot with your pup will certainly help. We met JuJu Bea, her Dog Mom, Betsy and Dog Dad, Zach at Kate Jackson Park in South Tampa right before sunset. We witnessed first hand how much they all love each other.…

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Haron Haghuis Guest Artist of the Month December 2019 – Pet Photography Article

Haron Haghuis Guest Artist of the Month December 2019 Join me in welcoming Haron Haghuis to the Hair of the Dog Academy as Guest Artist of the Month for the month of December.  In his member’s only tutorial, he takes us behind the scenes to show the specific conditions he looks for when creating a moody portrait, and he also demonstrates how he further enhances this concept with Photoshop.  Before we get to the image that he chose to edit…

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Sneak Peeks of Jazz – Zoo Studio – Pet Photography Article

Sneak Peeks of Jazz – Zoo Studio Zoo Studio Photo gallery Big beautiful images. Just imagine having your own! Your Zoo Studio Experience From the first consultation to the final art prints on your wall – Here we explain our process! Why Choose Zoo We think a strong under­stand­ing of ani­mal behav­iour & ani­mal body lan­guage is how to get the best out of your pet. Meet the Zoo Studio Team Zoo Studio is more than just a job to…

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Sneak Peeks of Donut and Laurence – Pet Photography Article

Sneak Peeks of Donut and Laurence These two adorable cutiepies are Donut and Laurence and they are the sweetest little guinea pigs you could imagine! Their human sibling is a volunteer at one of the guinea pig shelters and she saw them together. They were already bonded and loved being together so she brought both of them home and said, “Mum, we’ve got guinea pigs. Meet Donut and Laurence!” Laurence always loves to watch over Donut like he is her…

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Sneak Peeks of Luger – Zoo Studio – Pet Photography Article

Sneak Peeks of Luger – Zoo Studio Zoo Studio Photo gallery Big beautiful images. Just imagine having your own! Your Zoo Studio Experience From the first consultation to the final art prints on your wall – Here we explain our process! Why Choose Zoo We think a strong under­stand­ing of ani­mal behav­iour & ani­mal body lan­guage is how to get the best out of your pet. Meet the Zoo Studio Team Zoo Studio is more than just a job to…

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A Small Bean in Oakland — Jesse Freidin Photographer – Pet Photography Article

A Small Bean in Oakland — Jesse Freidin Photographer I photographed Bean the little Terrier mix in Oakland this past Summer, and it was honestly such a wonderful Fine Art Dog Photography Session. Bean is incredibly sweet, and not only that – she has an amazing story. She wandered onto my client’s family’s farm with no tags or microchip and quickly got half-heartedly adopted. Unfortunately, the other farm dogs were much bigger and never allowed Bean to find her place…

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What Producers and Photographers Need to Know About Working with Cats – Pet Photography Article

What Producers and Photographers Need to Know About Working with Cats There are 8 million cats in the UK, only half a million fewer than the 8.5 million dogs who currently live in the UK.1.  And did you know 24% of UK households own a cat?  That’s the equivalent to a quarter of our population! When it comes to marketing it would be crazy not to take advantage of this and that’s why cats in advertising are so important shockingly underused.…

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How Can My Pet Brand Better Connect With & Convert Customers? – Pet Photography Article

How Can My Pet Brand Better Connect With & Convert Customers? Are you looking for ways to quickly connect with consumers and convert them to paying customers? Do you ever wonder what makes someone stop scrolling through their social media feed and really look? What makes them open your catalog? Or read your emails? Here’s a hint: eye-catching imagery that tells a unique story and can tell your customer who you are and what you stand for in a split…

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Dog Photography in the Presidio Eucalyptus Trees — Jesse Freidin Photographer – Pet Photography Article

Dog Photography in the Presidio Eucalyptus Trees — Jesse Freidin Photographer My client requested that we photograph in color, but left it up to me what dog images would be shown in color, and what dog images would be shown in black and white. Though my specialty is black and white dog photography, it’s always a fun and refreshing challenge to work in color. Because I knew we’d be shooting a bit in color I made sure that we met…

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Sneak Peeks of Mocha – Zoo Studio – Pet Photography Article

Sneak Peeks of Mocha – Zoo Studio Zoo Studio Photo gallery Big beautiful images. Just imagine having your own! Your Zoo Studio Experience From the first consultation to the final art prints on your wall – Here we explain our process! Why Choose Zoo We think a strong under­stand­ing of ani­mal behav­iour & ani­mal body lan­guage is how to get the best out of your pet. Meet the Zoo Studio Team Zoo Studio is more than just a job to…

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Top Ten – Silhouette – Pet Photography Marketing and Business Education – Pet Photography Article

Top Ten – Silhouette – Pet Photography Marketing and Business Education Welcome to the Top Ten – a monthly contest for members inside the Hair of the Dog Academy.  The theme of November was Silhouette – and I’m delighted to share the winners with you now. Congratulations everyone! Kelly J. Russo Photography Wort & Flea Kelly Groenestijn Fotografie BC Farm & Family Photography Ben Sheehan Tiffany Wilson Pet Photography Roam Photos StinkEye Photography Petography Beyond the Fence If you are…

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This Holiday Celebrate Christmas with your Cats – Pet Photography Article

This Holiday Celebrate Christmas with your Cats Like many people, I adore Christmas and everything connected with that particular holiday. I enjoy the cookies that my granny bakes, I look forward to every Christmas present, and I even organize a unique party every year. Sounds perfect? Well, you would be right… until I tell you that we live with three cats and a dog. If you have a pet in the house, especially a cat, it will be clear to…

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Pet Influencer Case Studies – Urban Paws UK – Pet Photography Article

Pet Influencer Case Studies – Urban Paws UK Read about some of the pet influencer projects that we at Urban Paws UK have worked on. They vary between brand awareness and advertising campaigns. Warner Brothers: Frank Zevon’s ‘Werewolves of London’ The brief was to promote Hallowe’en sales of Frank Zevon’s hit single, ‘Werewolves of London’ on 31st October 2018.  This was to be achieved by branded story posts including music and a link to purchase the track Influencers included: @little_london_maltese…

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Jess Bell Guest Artist of the Month November 2019 – Pet Photography Article

Jess Bell Guest Artist of the Month November 2019 Please help me welcome Jess Bell to the Hair of the Dog Academy as Guest Artist of the Month for the month of November.  If you have seen Jess’s work, you have probably been in awe of how beautiful it is.  She is going behind the scenes to share her editing skills with us in the Hair of the Dog Academy.  Before we get to the image that she chose to…

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Christmas Photos of your Dog Charlotte NC — BARKography – Pet Photography Article

Christmas Photos of your Dog Charlotte NC — BARKography Don’t you want everyone to see your dog’s cute face on your Christmas card? TIS THE SEASON sessions can be booked now:Christmas Photo Session Info – SOLD OUT!!DATE: Saturday December 7, 2019TIME: 9am – 5pmLOCATION: my house in SouthparkCOST: $75 + tax for one dogHOW TO BOOK:Click here to fill out the inquiry page on my websiteSelect ‘Tis the Season’List the number of subjects you’d like photographedYou’ll receive a welcome packet…

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Can my Dog be Photographed in a Studio? – Pet Photography Article

Can my Dog be Photographed in a Studio? Will your dog photograph well in the studio? That’s something to think about because in my experience, not every dog does. I’m getting read to offer my first “in the studio dog photos” called Tis the Season. If you want photos of your dog for your Christmas card, here’s your chance. Keep reading though to know whether or not your dog is a good fit for studio photos.I have a dog that…

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Daisy, Hank, & Rusty – 3 Little Dogs from Mira Mesa San Diego Pet Photographer Allison Shamrell ~ The Blog – Pet Photography Article

Daisy, Hank, & Rusty – 3 Little Dogs from Mira Mesa San Diego Pet Photographer Allison Shamrell ~ The Blog I couldn’t have asked for a sweeter family to work with than the Stone family! They were such a pleasure to get to know, and during the session they were up for anything! I really appreciated how they were willing to go with the flow and listen to what the dogs needed and wanted to do during our time together.…

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AGoldPhoto Takes On Horse Photography – Pet Photography Article

AGoldPhoto Takes On Horse Photography Mary and I were invited to Umatilla, Florida to a home with 2 Dogs, 2 Horses, 14 Cats and a Donkey. We set up our pet photo studio for the pups, but the Horses, Dakota and Nesa stole the show. Our expertise lies with Cat and Dog photography, but meeting these two Horses was a magical experience. They’re much bigger than Dogs obviously, but have…

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Kona the Action Superstar San Diego Pet Photographer Allison Shamrell ~ The Blog – Pet Photography Article

Kona the Action Superstar San Diego Pet Photographer Allison Shamrell ~ The Blog Kona is such a sweet and incredibly fun dog to be around! She is a year-and-a-half-old German shorthaired pointer and labrador mix, and for those of you who know about those breeds… let’s just say energy mixed with energy = a crazy good time! 🙂 We had a lot of fun letting Kona release some (a tiny fraction, probably) of her energy during our photo session. This…

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