Noses: 52 Week Dog Photography Project - Week 27
Noses are the topic of our 52 week dog photography project in week 27 and I am excited to see what the other photographers do with this one. If you're new to my blog, I participate in a 52 week dog photography project and each week we are given a topic. We take photos and write a blog about whatever the topic is for the week. I was excited when I saw this topic.
I love dog noses and I also love macro photography. Macro photography is photography that is really close up. Dog noses are a perfect macro photography subject in my opinion.
In my house dog noses are called "sniffers." I utter this statement frequently: "Moose your sniffer got you in trouble again." He is a lab/hound mix and his nose is in everything and it gets him in trouble a lot. I should've taken a photo of his "sniffer" to include in this post. I did take lots of photos of him this morning but just not of his nose. If you follow me on instagram, you know Moose had his own session in a sunflower field.
I had high hopes for what I would do this week because I love the topic of noses but my week got away from me. It is Thursday afternoon and my blog post goes live in 12 hours so this is going to be short and sweet.
I had a photo session this past Saturday with a 9 month old bernese mountain dog named Juno. She is adorable and at the end of my session with her, I remembered that our topic was noses so I quickly snapped this photo of her. This was literally the 3rd to last photo I took before we ended the session. She's already made her debut on my instagram page and I have many more photos of her cute face to share.
If you like photos like these and are thinking of booking a session, let me know. I am happy to take a few really close up photos of your dog too.
Well that's it for my post this week. Short and sweet.
This is a blog circle and next up is Tracy Allard of Penny Whistle Photography fetching portraits in Coppell and surrounding communities in Dallas - Fort Worth, Texas. Be sure to click the link at the bottom of each post and when you've finished the circle, you'll end up back here.