Project 52: Texture | Week 39
It's Week 39 of professional pet photography blog circle Project 52; our theme for the week was "texture." Texture can mean a lot of different things, but this week I used images I took on a beach to show off a variety of textures
This past weekend Mr. Bojangles and I took a road trip north (more on that in an upcoming blog) to photograph some bunnies to help out with adoption photos, but also to start getting some images for my third book about rescue rabbits. On our way to Cleveland, Mr. Bojangles and I detoured to Port Clinton, Ohio, so that we could stop and see Lake Erie and have an impromptu photoshoot.
I like how there are so many textures going on in these images from the sand, to the water, to Mr. Bojangles' fur. I especially like how the backlighting from the sun enhances the texture of Mr. Bojangles' fur. It's almost texture overload.
To touch on the next presentation of texture, head over to see Rochelle from Dark Sapphire Photography, Nelson, New Zealand, and then head around the rest of the blog circle until you end up back here.
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Keywords: beach, cincinnati pet photography, dog photography, mr bojangles, pet love photography, port clinton, project 52, roadtrip, texture, travel
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