Well he’s # 3 in the series of shoots for the animal shelter. I guess it’s having some effect as acouple have been adopted sine we started and we really don’t have the shelters website up yet. They do have a presence on Facebook tho and that helps spread the word. The new posters have ben spread around town so we’re getting more exposure as well.
What follows are some of the latest shots from the March 17th session, a lot of cats and some really cool dogs
After my last Friday shoot at the Petaluma Animal Shelter I decided to create some posters to put in the local shop windows to help with getting more adoptions.
So far I’ve created 4 posters with different animals in each. These are printed 11×14 by my local Costco to keep down costs and they did a brilliant job for a low price point
Below is my first one…..he’s a character and was fun to photograph
Spent a few hours yesterday (March 2/2012) taking some pictures of some Dogs & Cats that are up for adoption. My goal is to make the animals look good enough to adopt & I try to bring out each one’s character (not always successful but I try.
Here are some of the results, hope you like them
That’s a few, there’s more but can’t put them all up yet.
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Here’s some new shots of my puppies.
Just got a new assignment to photograph some food for a restaurant’s new website below is a photo of the Chef, Greg Smith
Here are some preliminary shots of the offerings at The Grill
FootLong Chicago Style HotDog
Now is anyone hungry?
I certainly was taking the photos, but alas I had to ‘keep on truckin’ as there were more items on the menu.
The website is being designed by my friend Erik Bernskiold of Sweden, a brilliant web designer who has designed this site for me. There’s more photos to be taken, more work to be done but you’ll be updated here as we progress.
This is a first for me, having never photographed food before, so to insure that I could produce some high quality images I went to Kelbey Training site & took a few Video courses on food styling & photography. That helped a lot! There is more to shooting food than I ever imagined, & some of the tricks are quite funny.
More to come later
Ted E Bear @ 9 weeks
Welcome to my new website & Blog!
As this is my very first blog posting, please bare with me as I struggle thru saying something interesting.
The web site was created by Erik Bernskiold of Sweden and I think he has done a magnificent job of creating something different & unique for me. Erik also hosts my other 2 websites, CRIMPERS.COM for my Salon Management Software and Robertsonroesalon.com for my salon. Erik also redesigned my software site & made it up to date.
Trying to upload & edit photos to the main site has been a trying experience as its almost impossible to only post your best photographs. Some have sentimental value & maybe are not the best photographically or in composition. I hope over the next few weeks to get the snaps out & the best shots in. I really think that what I and most photographers need is a good editor who can make these decisions on a professional level. As I can’t really afford such a person, I’ll have to rely on some photographer friends who I admire to assist me in culling my jumble. If you, the reader of this blog, have any opinions, please feel free to do so, any ideas or suggestions are welcome.
Lately I’ve spent a lot of time documenting the ‘puppy to adult’ stages of my newest dog. He’s a Golden Retriever, currently just over 4 months old and is a difficult subject, as he does everything at full speed! Then every hour or so he has a ‘power nap’ which is not very interesting