It’s been far too long since I’ve blogged. I have no excuse other than life has just been very busy.
Quick post today as Master Finn and I want to wish everyone a Happy Halloween! May the Force be with You!
Finn is ready to celebrate his first Passover and wanted to wish you all a Happy Passover and a Happy Easter!
Want to learn more about him? Click here to go to my Edith Levy PhoDOGraphy site for more pictures of Finn and to learn more about him.
I shared this image on my Facebook page this week but couldn’t resist including it in this week’s Photo Challenge.
I do try and post different content on Facebook so please jump on over to my page and have a look. While you’re there you can “like” the page to stay up to date. You can find me at www.facebook.com/EdithLevyPhotography
I shot in a studio set for the first time at the Paw Print Divas workshop that I attended last week. I’ve always been a natural light shooter both in my travel and landscape and pet photography. I was looking forward to learning about lighting set-ups and shooting in a studio but I honestly didn’t think I was going to enjoy it as much as I did. The control you have is unbelievable (I’m sure that’s nothing new to those of you that have been studio shooting for some time). I’m hooked and I’m now looking into purchasing some lights and setting up an in-home studio.
This is Gilley, a very handsome and smart border collie. Let me know what you think.
I spent the last few days in Houston, Texas attending the Paw Print Divas Pet Photography workshop. It was an amazing experience with excellent instructors. I also got to spend 3 days totally immersed in photography and dogs…not a bad way to spend my time I would say. I wanted to give you a sneak peek today but please bear with me as I’m trying to work through 2 16g memory cards full of images. I’ll be posting a full run down on the workshop on my PhoDOGraphy by Edith site later this week.
Oh…this is Jiff!