Six dogs and a cat

You may not know this about me, but I’m a complete sucker for dogs and cats and photograph them whenever I can. Here are but a few from the past few weeks.

Once we reopen our economy and this pandemic is behind us, I’m thinking to start running street photography workshops. One segment will be on how to overcome your fear of photographing strangers in public. The first lesson will be to engaged and photograph people with their pets, since those who own dogs tend to be very open to being photographed, being they are proud parents. I also have a trick to photographing dogs without having them jump all over the place with excitement, which often results in a ruined, blurry shot.

If you care to see more of my b/w work, check me out on Instagram.

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