San Diego definitely offers some gorgeous pet photography locations, but head about an hour north to Temecula and there's a whole nother world of scenery! I was lucky enough to get the opportunity to do a pet portrait session with Husky sisters Emily and Misty amidst the pastoral backdrop of lush grapevines and rolling hills. These two dogs were an absolute riot - their expressions, the bond between them, the exaggerated head tilts to the sounds of squeaky toys - so much fun!
One of the best parts about being a pet photographer - outside getting to spend time photographing the cutest dogs and cats around - is the awesome community. I'm lucky enough to be a member of a group of very talented pet photographers that extends far beyond the borders of San Diego, beyond Southern California, all the way out to places like Australia! Recently, we were challenged to document a day in the life of our pets. It's so easy to get caught up in scheduling clie
As a pet photographer, I often get asked, "do you photograph animals other than dogs and cats too?!" and my go to answer is usually "so long as it has legs!" (sorry snakes). So when I got the chance to head north of San Diego to Temecula, I was super excited for this on-location farm photo session with Harry the Great Pyrenees and his goats, Daisy and Feather! At 12 years old, Harry landed himself in the Lancaster Animal Shelter. He was found as a stray, and was on a 10 day