Lots of clients this year…lots of repeat clients and many new ones too. Took the photo of Stark a German Shorthaired Pointer for the breed magazine. Met Daisy who at the time was four months old…..took her photo again when she was 8 months old and my how she grew. Photographed Dutton as a puppy and will photograph him again as he grows. Halloween and Fall photos were so good, especially Onyx whose owner “painted” a skeleton on her black Doberman coat. And then Christmas…
The local paper, the Statesman Journal, runs a contest every year called “Best of the Mid-Valley”. Last year NosesTailsPaws Pet Photography was nominated and was a finalist. This year, NosesTailsPaws was nominated again, made it to the top 5 – and we won the Best Photographer in Best of the Mid-Valley 2022!
It’s all thanks to the wonderful clients I have and their dogs and cats – each one I adore!
I appreciate your continued for your support!!
What a sweetie! Russell is four months old and such a love. He was so good in the studio during his almost one hour session. He explored a bit but came through with lots of great poses. I’m looking forward to photographing him as he grows up!
I took a few in-studio photos when our state went to Phase 2 of the open/lockdown restrictions. Chester’s Mom and Memphis’s Mom wore facemasks and of course, I wore one too. And I used a long lens for social distancing. I sanitize the studio after each session and will make sure I only schedule three dogs per day. Memphis is a doll…I just love his one up, one down ear. He posed beautifully. Chester came to the studio for his four month old photos and then we took more photos outside a month later – again with a long lens. He’s now five months old and had his first haircut! He looks like the poodle he is.
I will officially open back up August 1 for both studio and outdoor photoshoots. Check my website at the end of this month for my Covid 19 rules and for a specially priced re-opening mini session! Hope to see you soon.
Santa made a surprise visit at Nature’s Pet Market while I was taking 4th of July photos. So of course I asked if he would pose with some of the cuties who came for their portraits. He obliged and I was happy to get some great shots to use for promotional purposes for this year’s Christmas photo shoots. Aren’t they all adorable? There’s Ziggy in his 4th of July scarf and Dakota, Penny and Dexter all lined up. Fuego had a few things to tell Santa about not wanting to live with any more dogs (Loki and Murphy share his home). Kuna opted for a red collar with bells for her photo with Santa and Spork wore her 4th of July scarf handmade by her Momma. Lucy, the Diva, opted for a Santa hat. Such fun we all had!!! Enjoy!
Merry Christmas from NosesTailsPaws Pet Photography! (Rebecca and Bill and Molly and Dugan – our Wheaten Terriers).
Also below are some of the images I took at a recent holiday
photo-shoot. Next up….Valentine’s Day!