Bob

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Meet Bob! This beautiful Weimaraner participated in my “Dog People” photo project today and he’s so handsome! Really, he is absolutely stunning and he knows it ;) I’m really excited having to many people posing with their dogs, the next weeks will be so much fun!

Ciao Bella!

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I recently photographed that funny little fluffy fella named Bella. Cuteness and coolness on 4 legs.

Printing promo cards

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I’m right about sending these out the next days. I’m planning to make a series of 12 cards, sending out an envelope of 3 every 2 months until the end of the year. The first 3 cards are with a blue background image. Really funny to make :)  

Rudi, a cool little fella

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Yesterday, I photographed “Rudi”, a very friendly and lovely English Bulldog. I’m still working on my printed book and I feel a little stuck currently, because a lot of stuff is happening all around me and I’m mostly busy fixing things and putting out fires, which is a little frustrating. So, actually being out photographing and not having to deal … Read More

Portrait of “Tron”

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Tron is another dog I photographed for my “Dog People” project. (Yepp, I need to start editing soon, they build up….) He’s all funny and smiley. Also, he’s a labrador mix. Could you tell? He’s white, fluffy and rather tiny, dogs are marvelous creatures ;)

Portrait of “Jamie”

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Today, I photographed “Jamie” and her owner for my “Dog People” project. I haven’t photographed a German Shepherd before, ever. They are so different than pugs, bulldogs and labs. But isn’t she pretty? That beautiful white fur contrasting with her black features… great dog! More dogs soon :)

New Project: “Dog People”

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A new project I recently started: Portraying people that try to mimick their dogs facial expressions. Yes, I totally know that dogs don’t communicate with their faces, but as a dog owner, I found myself cracking up over the funny faces my dogs are able to pull off many times before. In the next few weeks, I’ll be adding more … Read More