A month or so ago I was looking for props for a session and stumbled upon these purple scarves. As soon as I saw them I knew I HAD to have them for Zoe and Lexi! I've been dying to get behind the camera and take their photos wearing them, but I've been so busy moving that I didn't have time until now.
These photos were taken in the backyard of our new rental house, and as you can plainly see we have a yard with grass again. Sort of, anyway. The previous tenants didn't really keep it up, so it's very patchy and full of weeds, but the green is a nice background change for their photos, especially for Lexi. Her coloring tended to blend into the landscape of the backyard at our previous house so I never loved the photos of her there.
When I take photos of my dogs, I often struggle to get them to sit next to each other long enough to get the exact photo I want to capture. But I rarely struggle to get their attention focused on me and the camera for the time they do stay sitting. During these photos, I couldn't get Zoe to look at me no matter what I did, as these photos clearly show...
Well, come to find out, the poor baby had a fly on her nose the whole time, only I didn't see it until I was looking at the photos on my computer!...
I finally managed to catch this one of both of them, though, so all wasn't lost!...
I had to include this last photo because this is classic Zoe! She sits like this all the time. She's such a lazy girl that she doesn't even like to sit up without propping herself against a wall. She definitely has the Bulldog disposition, while Lexi is Beagle through and through!
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Michele Whitacre is a portrait photographer serving Phoenix, Arizona and the surrounding area. Visit Michele's website at michelewhitacrephotography.com. Become a fan of Michele's work on Facebook. Follow Michele's updates on Twitter.
I always love pix of your dogs!ReplyDelete
I have trouble getting pictures of my dogs together too. They don't much care for one another when they're in the house. Outside, they're the bestest buddies, but won't look up at the camera - no matter how much I beg them to.