Project 52: Black & White | Week 22

June 01, 2018  •  9 Comments

How do the short weeks always seem so long? Anyway, it's finally Friday and that means another professional pet photography Project 52 blog circle post. It's Week 22 and our theme for the week is "black & white." This past weekend I did one of my limited edition "Year of the Dog" headshot sessions at the PetPeople in West Chester. I didn't plan it, but it worked out that quite a few of my doggy clients helped me with what to do for this week's theme.

First up, we have the beautiful border collie, Spader. This gorgeous older girl was my best poser of the day. Every image I took of her was spot on.

And while the "year of the Dog" limited edition sessions are headshots, I did take full body images of most of the dogs so that the pet parents have more looks to choose from than just a headshot. How adorable is Spader's sitting pose?

Next up we have Evie. This adorable girl is only 6 months old. Still a puppy and so very regal!

And finally, we have Halo, the sheltie. This gorgeous girl is also a therapy dog. Technically, Halo isn't just black and white, because she's a merle so that means there are shades of gray, as well (but it still counts for black and white.)

Look at all that floof!

To see more black and white images, head over to see Danyel Rogers from Wag to my Heart serving the Portland, OR Metro Area, then head around the rest of the blog circle until you end up back here.

If you would like to book a custom pet portrait session, use the hot pink "BOOK NOW" button to the right of this post (at the bottom of your screen on mobile), send us an email to suzi [at], or give us a call at 513-288-1650 in the Greater Cincinnati area or at 650-382-3242 in the San Francisco Bay Area.


Tracy Allard(non-registered)
Your Dane puppy was bigger than mine! LOL Great minds think alike ;)
Gorgeous black and white dogs and beautiful images! I bet the owners were in love! Great job!
Lynda Mowat(non-registered)
Spader knows what she’s doing all Right! A natural model. Beautiful photos!
Hahaha, It took me a second too to realize what you'd done. It didn't even occur to me to interpret the theme in any other way. Great way to think outside the box!
Tim Evnas(non-registered)
I guess I'm a bit slow on the uptake today.

I was on the last photo, and it hit me. "Wait a minute! These photos aren't in black and white!"

A second later. . .

"Oh! I see what you did there."

Great take on the theme!
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