It’s Week Nine of professional pet photography Project 52 blog circle and our topic is seasonally appropriate, “green.” Of course, St. Patrick’s Day is coming up soon and while neither I nor my dogs will be drinking green beer, we will probably bust out our green outfits. St. Patrick’s Day also pretty much marks one year since we went into our pandemic lockdown which threw everyone for a loop last year. Green also signals the advent of Spring, coming up shortly after St. Patrick’s Day. And Spring means it will be time to start photographing pets outdoors as Mother Nature works her magic and the leaves turn green and flowers start to bloom. Yesterday, I went to the park and saw that the daffodil shoots were sprouting out of the ground. It won’t be long before they start to bloom. Spring is the perfect time to schedule a pet portrait session, hint, hint.
Anyway, here are a few of my favorite images from years past that include the color green.
Rupert | Lop Bunny | Cincinnati Pet Photographer Uno | Rat | Cincinnati Pet Photographer Spot | Guinea Pig | Pet Photographer San Francisco Chester | Tabby Kitten | Cincinnati & San Francisco Pet Photographer Lola | Chug | Cincinnati Dog Photographer Xena | Australian Shepherd | Cincinnati Dog Photography Murphy | Bassador | Cincinnati & San Francisco Dog Photography
And, of course, no review of images featuring green would be complete without including this favorite image of Paco. It was an outtake from a session that ended up being my favorite as it was the perfect image for St. Patrick’s Day. I sure do miss this little character. Up next in the blog circle is Kylee Doyle of Kylee Doyle Photography, welcoming the first signs of spring in Sacramento, California. After you visit with Kylee, head around the rest of the blog circle until you end up back here.
If you’d like to schedule a Spring photoshoot for your pet at your favorite outdoor location, you can give me a call at 513.655.5696 or send an email to suzi [at] petlovephotography.com.