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DO YOU KNOW? Each dog’s nose print is unique and is more accurate for ID-ing than using the dog’s paw prints!
Here’s adorable Belle ( Maltese Poodle ) again showing off her cute button nose! ^_^
😀 I love this picture!- June 20, 2013, 12:15 am
I love the challenge of photographing big extended families! Kids, grand-kids, fur-kids and young-at-hearts! One big happy family looking into the camera and say “Gabbie”! Well, i wish it was that easy but fret not, I have my secret weapons to get the attention of everyone. Treats, squeakers, me making a furball of myself… They seemed to enjoy the variety of sounds only a pet & family photographer is willing to make. Out loud, in public. 😀
Location: East Coast Park | Main Photographer : C.S. Ling | Associate Photographer: Ethan Lim
I always make sure that my clients know exactly what to prepare for the shoot. It’s a team work to make sure all is communicated and everyone feels ready for the shoot. The photoshoot is an important investment of time and money for everyone so our pre-consultation is a must to ensure that the actual shoot goes smoothly! For big shoots like this, it’s important that everyone have their clothing coordinated in order to achieve the best visual results that not only speaks for each of their personalities, but also looks whole as a family unit. I send a clothing style guide for them to choose from. Each sub family group are in their own color zone… Red (younger sister’s family) and blue (older sister’s family). Grandma and grandpa are in purple (red+blue)!
It was such a joy to photograph the kids enjoying their playtime with their parents and Gabbie on a relaxing Sunday morning at East Coast Park.
At the end of the shoot, everyone had their fair share of fun and laughter although it did took toll on Gabbie (9-year-old Schnauzer). Time to head home!