Ontario-based graphic designer Andrew Knapp and his beautiful border collie Momo, who we wrote about last year, are back with more cute and awesome find-the-dog photos. Momo’s not quite like other dogs – when he runs to fetch a stick, rather than returning it, he hides. So Knapp started taking pictures in which the viewer was supposed to find Momo. At first, they were just for his nieces and nephews, but when he posted the photos online, the reception was excellent.
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Grace Chon, an LA-based animal, lifestyle and celebrity photographer, had the brilliant idea of using her expertise to create an adorable series of images of her 10-month-old son Jasper and Zoey, their 7-tear-old rescue dog. In these cute photos, little Jasper and his sidekick Zoey pose for mom’s photos in matching hats and outfits. The only thing potentially more heartwarming than the photos themselves is the journey that Zoey had to take to be in those photos.
Let It Rain Love: 19-Year-Old Photographer Takes Beautiful Shelter Dog Pictures To Help Find Them New HomesBy Dovilas • Mar 26th, 2014 • Category: Animals, Cute, Latest Posts, Photography
Jessica Trinh, the talented young pet photographer who we recently wrote about when her golden retriever Chuppy passed away, is back with a beautiful series of images of shelter dogs that will make your heart melt. The images in her “Let It Rain Love” project are all adorable and sweet, but there’s more to it than that. By taking beautiful portraits of shelter dogs, Trinh aims to give each of them a fighting chance at being adopted.
Elke Vogelsang, a professional photographer living in Hildesheim, Germany, takes intimate and stunning portraits of dogs that will rival any of the sharp closeups we see in major magazines. Her close-up portraits portray their models with grace, personality and sometimes just a bit of humor.
Although Chuppy the majestic golden retriever passed away just week ago, his memory will live on in these beautiful pictures taken by his owner, Jessica Trinh. They are so popular that even rapper Snoop Dogg posted one of the photos on his Instagram. All the pictures below were shot when Jessica was 17-18 years old, which goes to show just how talented this young photographer is.
For the last year, photographer Theron Humphrey has been traveling the United states capturing the stories of people who have accepted rescued pets into their lives for his “Why We Rescue.” With the help of Purina, he is out to help change the public’s perception of adopted rescue animals as especially temperamental or unhealthy.
Just yesterday, award-winning U.S. photographer and animal trainer Carli Davidson published her book “Shake.” The much-awaited photo collection features close-up portraits of dogs in all of their drooling glory. The series is hilarious because it gives us an unexpected (and funny-looking) glance at the subjects’ personalities. Lips smack, ears flop, and drool flies.
Washington-based photographer Jeremy Veach is one of those dog owners who know what it feels like to live in someone else’s shadow: the pictures he makes of his pug Norm have more than 53,000 followers on Instagram, and the model is already said to be the most personality-filled pug out there. Usually Norm poses for portraits that are enhanced by one or two props, but fans seem to be especially keen on his selfies, where Norm’s paw is extended out of the frame to simulate him holding a camera.
Just when it seems that nothing new can be done in the field of pet photography, here comes Seth Casteel and starts capturing dogs underwater. What is amazing that dogs love fetching things so much that they even forget they are not aquatic animals. Silly dogs!
If you are a dog (or look like one) and you’re looking for a photographer, look no further! Carli Davidson is both an internationally recognized award winning photographer and an experienced animal trainer and caretaker. For her series “Shake“, Carli photographed dogs shaking off water to create distorted expressions like half-grimace, half-smiles that are familiar to many dog owners, but when caught on camera, the dogs look incredibly strange and funny.