One of the most important things I can tell Dallas - Fort Worth dog moms and dads is that your dog does not need to be off-leash for you to have beautiful portraits of them! I pride myself on really, REALLY good leash removal so you can have confidence that your pup will be safe when we're photographing outside. I was thrilled when the week 15 theme of "Leash Removal" was announced for the Pet Photography 52 Week Project so read on to see how I've honed my skills over the years to get just the poses we want with a leash, and sometimes two, on a pet.
Sometimes One Leash is Not Enough
Yep, I Even Use Leashes in the Studio
Even the Kitties Can Need a Little Help
That's a LOT of leash!
We didn't really trust this pup's swimming abilities so thought it safer to keep him on a long line in case the river current was stronger than his swimming abilities; in the end we needn't worry. The client LOVED this image so that meant a LOT of leash removal!
I can't wait to see what the other pet photographers have in store this week, so let's see what Ono Pet Photography in Fairhope, Alabama has removed and then continue clicking on the link at the bottom of each post for an around the world tour of dogs off leash (technically speaking!).
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. Penny Whistle specializes in both natural light and studio photography providing pet, couple & engagement, family 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.