Category Archives: pets
Now Millie isn’t exactly a puppy, but she IS loved. It’s so much fun being able to photograph how someone really feels about their pet.
And suddenly one little girl’s world was turned upside down. Dad quickly flipped his daughter upside down, much to her delight. Of course the dog was oblivious to the fun he was missing out on behind him.
130413_DSC_6777_LR_©BarbKellogg_cat_in_chair, a photo by Barb Kellogg on Flickr. Just a little cat love for you today. ciao! ::bk::
Just wanted to share an image I took this summer for my pet photography business, Sweet Clover Pet Photography. While I mostly photograph dogs, who could resist spending time with this gorgeous horse? What are your favorite animals to photograph
How often do you literally MEAN that phrase when you say it? (Does anyone say it besides Menard’s commercials?) A former boss of mine makes THE BEST SOUP. And she has shared some of her favorite recipes from time to
…say that a few times and you get froggy and frosty! (ha ha) This has been a very uninspiring winter for photography for me. No snow. Which you would think was a good thing, because the weather has been very
…I should be working on my pricing for Sweet Clover Pet Photography, but a girl has to have a little fun! And I haven’t been shooting as much, so here are a couple recent shots of the Mulder Man. It
I did a little extra on this photo for an online contest today. I needed to get it posted on the internet, and for some reason the contest wasn’t liking the Flickr image. Here’s the one without the textures, and
…screw your courage to the sticking place and we’ll not fail. All was not so dire as Shakespeare’s play—Macbeth—in reality, but when you meet a gal named Lady Macbeth, a quote that represented the moment just had to be used.
I know I say this about every dog or cat I photograph, but after you spend a couple hours photographing them, petting them, chatting with them and their owner, well you can’t help but fall in love! That happened again
A blogger friend of mine just created a blog post on one of her favorite subjects, and at the end of the post she wanted to know what other photography bloggers’ frequent subject matter was. (I don’t remember for sure
…or, pet level photos. Basically putting the camera at the dog’s level and you’re shooting blind. Easier said than done! But I think I finally figured out the camera settings to get a few more shots with the eyes in
…just a quick post of two photos I took of Mulder this week—begging and “the eye roll”. ::bk::