This was another of the mini shoots available at Tri Dog. Prussia is a German Shorthaired Pointer and Aksel is a Greyster, brother to our own Mozi! Prussia is black and Aksel is brown (in the photo on the right).
Aksel loved our squeaky ball and so getting photos of him looking keen and eager was easy! He was more then happy to try and get that ball!
Prussia is much more refined! The squeaky ball was of no interest to him. Luckily his mum arrived with some really stinky food! He is also really well trained so his mum was able to put him in a stand, sit or down and he would just stay. It was trying to get him looking at the camera that was a little more difficult!
I got some lovely photos of the boys, I love Prussia’s goofy look! So here are some of the photos for you to look at!
Sometimes a dog can’t for whatever reason be off their lead. This could be due to lack of recall or they might be reactive or the location might not be safe for them to be off lead.
Well there is no reason to be put off having a photoshoot because of it! There have been multiple occasions where a dog has had to be on a lead or long line for various reasons but from the final photos that you will see, you will see no lead! Luckily due to some clever tricks in our computer software we can clean up busy backgrounds and remove the leads! This way we don’t loose those special shots where something just didn’t quite go to plan!
There are times when I won’t remove a lead because it gives something to the photo but as shown in Piper’s photos above, I can remove dogs and bags from the backgrounds too! So if I ask you to be in a photo because I need the dog to be in a certain place – don’t worry! I will remove you from the photo so you will not be in any photos that you do not want to be in.
So don’t be worried if your dog for whatever reason can’t be off lead! We can sort it and get you some stunning photos! Just get in touch and we will get you all booked in!
So as I have been teasing you with some of the puppy photos from the play session yesterday, I thought it was probably best that I show you some more puppy photography!
Yesterday we met up at a private location for a puppy play date. There were three puppies, two of which were siblings and one was a rescue. The siblings were both greysters, named Mozi and Mouse. The little rescue pup was called Lottie and she is a pointer x bracco! She was an awesome little girl and points at everything! Even the little wagtails that were wandering about on the grass.
So here is a glimpse into some of the other photos that were taken yesterday, most of the photos were of Mozi and Lottie who were clearly suddenly the bestest of friends and wanted to get up to mischief together! Looking forward to more puppy play sessions!
So this is my first blog post, thought it was about time I started some blogs after photoshoots so that people can have a small glimpse of what I get up to!
This is an example of my gundog photography, this shoot was set up to get some photos of dogs working. The photo shoot took place at Morkery Woods, Lincolnshire, which is a lovely little woods just off the A1.
It was a very hot morning so we had to be careful not to work the dogs too hard and to make sure they had plenty of time to rest. We had three lovely Cocker Spaniels, two were working type and one show type but all are worked as gundogs and two also do agility!
I hope you enjoy this glimpse of Hattie, Willis and Piper! They are a lovely trio!