Pet Photography Project 52, Week 48: Tips for Capturing Emotion in Dog Photography

William Eugene Smith posed the question, “What use is having a great depth of field, if there is not an adequate depth of feeling?” Emotion is essential for an effective Read More

3 Tips for a Winning Calendar Contest Pet Photo

Bark & Gold Photography’s  first ever calendar contest opened on Mar. 1 and already we’ve seen some of the sweetest, slobbery-est (is that a word?), and silly submissions! If you Read More

Client Concerns – Part 3: But My Dog Can’t Be Off-Leash

One of the very first things my clients notice when they look at my website or gallery is that very few, if any, of the dogs I photograph are on Read More

Client Concerns – Part 2: But My Dog is an Obedience School Dropout

I have a confession to make: I (well, not-so-secretly-anymore) love it when potential clients are on the fence about investing in professional pet photography, usually because they don’t believe their Read More