You've met our puppy Rooney in past blog posts, but did you notice his nose changing? When he was just a wee little tyke it had large pink areas that over time have slowly turned black. I promised myself to capture at least some of his puppyhood and I haven't done too badly so far. I did not want to be the professional pet photographer who never photographs her own dog! Our puppies are only this little and adorable for such a short time, you should capture every moment you can starting with a puppy newborn session that captures your sweet little right after you take them home.
Why this focus on Rooney's nose this week? Because it's week 29 in the Pet Photography 52 Week Project and the theme is "noses". I was scratching my head on what to write about this week when my husband said "Rooney's pink spots on his nose are all gone now" and voila, I had my blog post idea. From there I just needed to take a little walk down memory lane to pull some photographs from the past few months to watch the pink spots quickly fill in with black and see how he's grown and matured (physically anyway, mentally he's still very much a puppy!).
Tracy Allard of Penny Whistle Photography is a Certified Professional Photographer with the organization Professional Photographers of America; a designation held by fewer than 2,500 photographers nationwide and a hallmark of consistency, technical skill, artistry and professionalism. Rooney is her first puppy in a very long time so she's had fun photographing him as he grows up (and his nose changes!) and can't wait for his first birthday puppy cake smash session on October 1st.
Penny Whistle specializes in both on-location and studio photography providing pet, equine, family, couples & engagement and high school senior portraits as well as corporate headshots and commercial photography services in her studio located in historic downtown Carrollton as well as on location in Coppell, Grapevine, Southlake, Flower Mound and surrounding communities in Dallas – Fort Worth, Texas.