Pet Photography:THE JOY OF A DOGS LIFE
Sense of Place
An assignment I was given at the Griffin Museum of Photography Atelier 21 program recently was “A Sense of Place”. We were told to walk around and shoot images of the area where you live, spend your weekends, were you work, etc. Thinking about that I planned on staying around my home and area. I did not want to include the gardens since so much of what I do is flower and still life photography. I decided to photograph the day to day life and joy of my pets. Since it was not easy walking with them on a dual leash and shooting with a DSLR, I was not happy with the results. So I changed the concept to more of a illustrative approach such as for a Children’s book: “THE JOY OF A DOGS LIFE”. I used the new Topaz Impression application after basic processing in LightRoom. More to do and text to write!
Cuba's wake up time with his toy "Baby".
Tony and Cuba waiting for their morning walk.
Down the driveway!
Pure joy running on the morning dew covered lawn.
Starting the exploration:
Their favorite place: What do you think? A fun assignment. Try it yourself with Topaz Impression.
Keywords: Fine Art Photography, Impression, Judith M Photography, Judith Monteferrante, Topaz, Topaz Labs Impression, bed, book, creative photography, dog, dogs, exploration, home, illustrative, joy, walk, walks
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