Fall Pet Photographs with two special dogs looking for their forever home

October 29, 2021  •  4 Comments
In recent weeks we have photographed a couple of dogs that have been looking for that special home that will become theirs. Each of these dogs was photographed using a fall theme (even though in this part of Florida, we don't see fall - we just feel a drop in temperatures and humidity). Maxx and Me Pet Rescue is known for taking in dogs that often...
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Silhouettes in dog photography

October 15, 2021  •  1 Comment
This week's blog post is about creating silhouettes of your dog (or any dog). It's all about the shape, form of the object you're photographing. Late afternoon, just before sunset provides a brighter background allowing for creating a silhouette. In order to create these, meter the sky behind your subject and then lock those values in (I used manua...
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Memories of your pet - whether it be when they are young or a senior

October 08, 2021  •  2 Comments
Memory in its technical terminology refers to the processes that are used to acquire, store, retain and then later retrieve information (https://www.verywellmind.com/what-is-memory-2795006#:~:text=Memory%20refers%20to%20the%20processes,encoding%2C%20storage%2C%20and%20retrieval.). This week’s blog post is about memories – first creating those memo...
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A walk in Eureka Springs Park, Tampa, Florida

October 01, 2021  •  4 Comments
Eureka Springs Park is located in a little known area of greater Tampa, Florida. I am sure it is well known by photographers as it is a beautiful location to photograph - whether you love flowers, nature or maybe you prefer to photograph people - or maybe even your pet dog? Yes, this is a beautiful place to take your dog(s) for a walk! This week ou...
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What to expect at your Pet Photography session

August 13, 2021  •  4 Comments
What should you expect if you are doing a pet photography session with VP Shoots Photography? Well, for sure, it should be fun! That's probably one of the most frequent comments we get from people when we do a pet photography session. If it's not fun for all involved, then the photographs probably will not show your pet's best side. Other comments...
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