My sisters and I all live in the same family and have since we were puppies, but we each have our own personalities. Just as personalities can make a difference in a photo, so can the perspective of the photographer.
Look at me! Mom was down on the grass and had the camera at my eye level. She says this is her favorite way to snap a shot of my adorable mug. I am so happy just hanging out on the grass on a beautiful May evening.
Bailie, on the other paw, seems to think she has the biggest personality of all three of us. Bailie was just standing in the yard, so Mom got down in the grass and shot this photo looking up at her. Does it remind you of anything…hint, King Kong? She looks huge and about as tall as the roof on the house next door. It is a great photo, but the perspective from below her turns Bailie into a larger than life pup!
Katie is our photo problem child. She doesn’t like the camera and tries her best either to not look or to look like she is being tortured. For those reasons, this shot of Katie laughing is really amazing! Her head looks like that of a big polar bear! She really enjoys just sitting out in the yard for a few hours in the evening and watching whatever is going on around her.
The evenings this past week have been so beautiful! Mom has been spending tons of time with us out enjoying the weather, and often has had her camera along. It is fun for her to just play around with the camera settings and angles to see what kind of shots she can get of us “girls”. Hope you enjoyed these three.