A Portrait Session with Fido Fetch Photography @fidofetchphoto
Over the past couple of years, my friend Amy has snapped quite a few pictures of my dogs and me.
But until recently, the owner of Fido Fetch Photography and I had never actually gotten together for a proper pet portrait session – or, as Amy describes her style “creative dog-umentary.”
That all changed a few weeks ago.
On an overcast Sunday morning, Amy met up with me, Luke and Scooby the elderpin at my mom and stepdad’s house for two hours of fun with a camera.
Having witnessed Amy’s taking impromptu shots at KC Pittie Pack walks in the past, I had a pretty good idea of how she would convince my boys to look at the camera and perk their ears.
But experiencing her in full professional photographer mode was pretty awesome.
She packs treats, squeaky toys and tons of patience in order to capture portraits that reflect the personality of her subjects – and the love between them.
I was so excited to see Amy’s pics that I could barely wait the couple of weeks she spent editing.
And I was not disappointed at all in the fabulous results.
Even though a storm was brewing, which made Luke very nervous, she managed to get him to look happy and attentive. By getting right down on the ground at doggy level, Amy got some awesome up-close-and-personal canine mug shots. She captured squirmy Scooby making a variety of expressions besides his perennial grin.
And Amy even managed to make my grumpy childhood dog, Tori, who was also present for the photo shoot, look like nice and not-so-ancient gal.
I will for sure be ordering some prints – for my continuing battle against Bare Wall Syndrome and as gifts for friends.
Thanks, Amy, for capturing some amazing images that will be treasured by my family forever!
I can’t wait to see what you think of the collection Amy took. Come back tomorrow for a big Fido Fetch Photography gallery!