Mumsy (Black and Tan) and Sweet Pea (Liver and Tan) were two great bloodhounds to work with. I have a soft spot for droopy eyed, big eared hounds after growing up with a basset hound. I had an amazing morning photographing them.
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I know, I know, the holiday creep is getting out of hand. But when it comes to photography we need to plan early. Holiday card photos!!!
Current clients/friends, contact me for information on the annual “holiday card option” if you are interested in using a photo from your shoot for holiday cards.
Future clients/friends, don’t wait to set up your shoot if you are thinking about doing photos for the holidays. There are still some spots available before the holiday cutoff.
Contact me at bob@allearsphotography or call 262.320.7387 for more information or to schedule your shoot.
The holidays will be on us in no time!!!
Welby is a 13 year old miniature schnauzer who was recently diagnosed with congestive heart failure. Although I was told he started slowing down, you would have never known it for our shoot. Welby chased that frisbee with a bouncy rabbit like run. I had a hard time concentrating as I watched this little guy bounce toward me in the camera’s view finder. The photos we got from that day were WELL worth the crazy swarms of mosquitoes. Sadly, this past week I learn that Welby passed away. Welby is one of those dogs who’s hard to forget. I’m glad we have some great pictures to remember him by. Thanks Debbie for bringing me out to meet him!
Ya, I know it’s been a while since the last post. I can’t believe it’s almost the end of July! Before you know it the leaves will start falling. So if you are thinking about a summer photo shoot for your pet make sure to get your date/time scheduled as soon as possible.
I met Astro (dachshund mix) and Cody (beagle mix) at Greenfield Park on an amazing evening. The sun was bright, the weather warm and we had a BLAST running and photographing in the park. Before I met the dogs I got this email from their mom “Just to warn you the little one, Astro, can be a bit of a handful at times”. It turned out that Astro, who was 1 year old, was still very much a puppy. He had puppy curiosity and puppy ENERGY! And although we spent a lot of the time running and chasing he did give me a few opportunities to capture some nice candid portraits. I love a challenge!
Cody is 9 and much more mellow than his younger brother. It was pretty hard to take a bad picture of this guy. We got a good mix of portraits and action shots. For 9 years old he keeps up with Astro quite well. Thanks Amanda for introducing me to your boys. I hope you enjoy the photos.