Played recently with the Fuji X-10 out on the trails with Colorado Dogs Charlie and Mugsy… This is a great little camera to carry on the trails. I wouldn’t recommend this camera to everyone as, sometimes, it’s a bit overly-complicated to shoot with. – 30 –
Time out for our own Colorado Dog Glory Girl and her stick prowess! We now resume our regular programming. – 30 –
Here’s a fun session done with Jake at Lake Dillon. I walked away from this shoot with the biggest grin on my face! The last shot of Jake shaking off just capped it! I LOVE working with dogs! – 30 –
I’ll be launching ColoradoDogPhotography.com soon! But until then you can still visit LITfoto.com to look at more dog photography and book a session! And don’t forget to use “dog” as a search term right here! Also, visit LITfoto.com from your smart device and you’ll be take directly to LITfoto.com mobile. Here’s a session I got […]
Today I stumbled upon a new dog photography to create, aptly (and cliche-ly)_ titled, The Lost Toys. Here’s my first entry…Defeated Duck. ;~/ Keep checking back or visiting me on Facebook to see new entries as they’re found! Click the photo for a larger version!
In honor of National Puppy Day, here’s a studio series! Learn more about my Colorado Dog Photography at LITfoto.com/Dogs! Click the photo for the full size version! ~30~
I’m fascinated by stories of the wolves and of their bonding with man. Books by James Oliver Curwood (my favorite new author of Alaskan adventure) and Jack London capture and essence of wolves in a way few other authors do (though, I’m always up for new readings, so let me know!). I think this is […]