I was super excited to photograph a charming French Bulldog puppy named Daisy recently. Daisy hadn’t had all her shots yet so we decided to do the session at home.
It being Fall, there was a beautiful pumpkin decorating the front porch and I just had to get a photo of Daisy posing next to it! #SoCuteItHurts
Puppies can be a little high-energy! This photo gives you a sense for the chaos and silliness that can erupt during a puppy photo session.
We made sure to get a photo of Daisy next to a stuffed animal. It’s always fun to get a photo of a young pet next to something that gives you a sense of scale – in a year or two you can take another photo to show how much your pet has grown.
Unfortunately, one of Daisy’s mom’s arms was in the photo holding up the stuffed animal. Using the magic of Photoshop I was able to remove the arm and voila!
Out in the backyard for some action shots. Here we used a cat toy, feathers on a string, to get Daisy to jump!
Even Daisy’s butt is adorable!
And finally a brief moment of calm from a typical whirlwind puppy photo session.
I was super psyched to get a 5 star review on Yelp from this session!
If you’ve got a puppy I hope you now believe it is possible to get some good photos even if your puppy is high-energy, doesn’t know any commands and can’t be taken to a park yet.
But don’t wait, those puppy and kitten days are over before you know it. Email me at PipiDiamond@gmail.com to set up a time to talk and plan out a great session.