This week's theme is 'Fill the Frame' for our pet photography blog circle. We met Axle this week - he is a rescue that is looking for a new home - and the only issue I saw Axle has is he is a big fella! This big fella looks a lot like a brown labradoodle - probably weighing in around 100-120 pounds - but it's all fur and love! He was very happy to see us and was happy to have attention - and did very well with instruction when it came time to model for his photographs. I am thinking that Axle is probably the biggest dog I have photographed thus far, but he is perfect for 'filling the frame'. Often when I do my pet photography, I like to fill the frame with the pet - no other distractions, just look at your beautiful pet.
Meet Axle - available for adoption with Maxx and Me Pet Rescue in Tampa Bay, Florida - he is currently looking for a foster and/or a forever home.
Sitting tall with those beautiful light brown eyes.
Laying down was a challenge for Axle - he would lay down and then almost immediately roll over. This time we were able to get him to lay down and look over his shoulder.
And in case you wanted to see his entire body he did a great job of sitting for us. It's hot here in Florida and Axle was hanging his tongue out for more of our photo session.
For more pet photographers sharing their take on this theme, head over to visit Floppy Ears Photography is the home of cheeky and cheerful Sydney pet photography by Lyndall Hord and then head around the rest of the blog circle.
If you would like to book a custom pet portrait session, send an email to [email protected] or give us a call/text at 813-610-2671 in the Tampa Bay area (Florida).