After America celebrates labor day and the kids are back in school, after the last boiiing of a spring board launching a teen diver, after the last squeals of a toddler joyfully splashing water, and after the last lap has been swum and all the pools shuttered for the year, the DC Department of Parks and Recreation re-opens its Community Pools for one more day… to dogs.
Yes, model-in-residence Imi is still in training, but should sleeping through a shoot ever be tolerated?
Click any image above to see the full gallery of Gold Dogs.
When doing lighting setup and checks, I am focused completely on how the light is hitting my test model, where it is falling off, and any shadows produced. In the moment, I don’t even notice my test model’s poses or expressions. So, it was a fun surprise to find this series of my assistant monkeying around.
Thanks Mandy for doing such a great job helping me capture fantastic poses of dogs at our Pet Portraits Benefitting City Dogs Rescue sessions. And many thanks to District Veterinary Hospital for hosting the event.
I am very honored, proud and excited that Time to Fly was awarded FotoDC’s Places of DC Runner Up. The print will be featured for one month starting June 23rd in the FotoDC show at the W Washington Hotel in July. It will then reappear at FotoDC Central for the FotoWeek festival November 11-20th.
I hope to see you at the opening party at the W Washington DC on June 29th.I will post more details about the shows and the opening events soon. Continue reading