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Seattle Pet Photography

Really exhausted of saving goodbye to the original crew. Little Lucy lost her battle to congestive heart failure and this little standoffish queen...

We said goodbye to my black lab, Scooby Doo, last week after a long-lived, well-fought battle against squirrels and old mother nature. After...

I've very much enjoyed the photographic journey we pursued for years. It allowed me to capture really great moments of families, animals, and...

I am heart-broken at the loss of our kick-ass golden retriever Sophie. I am choosing to remember her for the love and laughter...

The cone of shame. Ruh-Ro. This giant dog was very embarrassed by his lampshade and really found it off putting that it had...

This "kennel" has become a fan favorite and just so happens to be the most entertaining dog bed we have around here. In...

I am not a person who likes dressing up their dog - but I will do it for the sake of a really...

Thought I'd post a photo from one of the Lycos.com shoots - Scooby Doo representing the TV concept. So cute!...

Scooby Doo working for his dog food again - another shot for a commercial project of my Black Lab Scooby Doo chowing down...

Okay check this out. Dogs are trainable, but they get easily excited. They behave in weird ways, they don't listen all the time,...

Newer photographers start by shooting with a good camera and are amazed at what it can do. The real art comes into play when you take that Tesla and drive it like she's meant to be driven. Yes the camera has technology that has been abled, but the awesome sauce pictures come when you know how to use your camera coupled with turning your vision into something great that inspires oohs and aaws.

Scuba!  Like the tank. This cute dude was full speed at one MPH and thought this was a way to convey his personality...

Meet Jack!  Jack is a rescue Louisiana Catahoula Leopard Dog with that very striking fur pattern and eyes.  I recently did a shoot with...

To get it right the first time, I might take 300 shots. Yes 300. Here is why: Good photography is about getting it as right in the camera as possible.  Every photographer edits photos, but I am talking about learning to see what you need to do, how to set up the shot, taking the photo, and not going back into photoshop to fix mistakes.  You "fix the mistakes" by looking at what you've shot, making adjustments in your camera and behind the lens, then getting it as right as possible. Here are a few things I look for when choosing to shoot or when it is done: