The Eyes Have It

Have you ever thought about where your eyes go when you look at a photograph?  Do you look directly at the center first or go for a circuitous route? I pay a lot of attention to where my eyes go when I am setting up for a shot on photography sessions within Spokane. ...

2019, A 36 Dog Year

I just realized that while I had posted this awesome video my husband created for me of last year's sessions on social media, I hadn't posted it on the website!  How silly!  It was the best year, yet, where I photographed 36 Spokane dogs.  Wow! I also added in digital...

Touched By a Fairytale

In the in between times when day fades into night or Spring melts into Summer and at the in between places where paths converge a veil is parted between the Wolrds and One may enter The Otherworld the world of Faery but use much caution Dear One! for you have entered...

Connection

Growing up, I would snatch whatever Albert Payson Terhune or Jim Kjelgaard books I could find at the library.  I wanted nothing more than to have Lad of Sunnybank Farm or Big Red for my best friend.  That was true friendship, I thought.  In high school, I started...

Not Deep, But Shallow

Depth of field...the oh so simple photography phrase with a "burn your brain" meaning.  It will make your eyes cross and cause your thoughts to jumble into mush.  If you can grasp it, photography takes on new heights of dimension and beauty.   That is the subject of...

Old Home, New Home

I'm a Spokanite through and through.  Thick and thin.  Born and raised.  In deep snow or the hot rays of a smokey August sun.  It is home and I love it. I've lived in several houses throughout Spokane County in my nearly 38 years.  And, I'm about the leave another one...

Catching Up with Spokane’s Dog Photographer

Catching Up with Spokane’s Dog Photographer

Well, as anyone visiting my website can see, I am not much of a blogger.  I love the art side of my business (photographing and editing) so much that I can rarely pull myself in here to share that joy in words and pictures with all of you.  I will keep trying to do...

Get Close – A Project 52 Theme

Get Close – A Project 52 Theme

This week's Project 52 Theme, 'Get Close', could be interpreted in so many ways!  It could mean macro photography, a wide angle lens near the subject, or maybe a close relationship with a pet.  I decided to run with getting close and personal with some of my dogs...

Favorite Song – A Project 52 Theme

Favorite Song – A Project 52 Theme

This week's Project 52 theme focuses on each photographer's favorite song.  A difficult task for me as I have a wide assortment of favorites.  But, if I were to name one that tends to lead the list, it would be 'Winterspell' composed by Thomas Bergersen for Two Steps...

Simply Minimal – A Project 52 Blog Post

Simply Minimal – A Project 52 Blog Post

I'm back, Project 52!  After just over a year hiatus from my pet photographer's Project 52 blog circle, I am integrating the re-branded Touched By a Dog Photography back into the group.  The circle was immensely helpful with my old website and it is great fun to work...