Hello again, Adventure pack, and welcome to my quick chat about why a dog leash isn’t a big deal (for photoshoots)! There are a lot of dogs out there that, for whatever reason, must remain on a leash. But whatever reason that may be, it doesn’t prevent them from getting awesome photos taken. I’m sure […]
Even though there are numerous advantages to having your portraits in a digital format, there are quite advantages to having an Adventure Pup Photography session and having your portraits printed.
I recently had the opportunity to take a long road trip, for which I didn’t hesitate to take it up. I’m a big fan of road trips when it involves new places (or familiar places I love), so it was a no-brainer to do this instead of the alternative – flying. Sure it was more
Along with favorable temperature swings and welcomed snuggle time, Fall is also a great time to add to your preferred pup’s photo library.
It’s that time of the year when people and their pups start emerging from their seasonal hibernation. Snow has melted and makes roads and trails more accessible. The weather is warming up to a point where you don’t have to don layers to stay warm. And who isn’t ready to get outside already? Emerging from
The goal of Adventure Pup Photography isn’t to sell portraits to people to need them. The goal is to join forces with people that believe what I believe and have them become part of what we’re trying to accomplish.
Welcome back everybody! I didn’t post last month since I had a two-week camping trip through Utah and its national parks. There were tons of Utah pictures to sort through, as well as tons more Adventure Pup work to get to, and I’ve finally caught up. I have to say, there was definitely a difference
For this follow-up post, I want to talk specifically about capturing a good composition.
With this first entry, I’d like to establish the importance of professional photography versus standard photography.