Beautiful Beasties is an online resource and forum for professional pet photographers where we can share and learn from each other. 52 Project is a group that is provided a different theme each week to stretch and grow our creative minds.
For this weeks challenge we were tasked to re-visit an image we had previously done and re-shoot and re-edit. As you grow and learn as a photographer, your editing style most likely changes and your eye definitely sees things differently.
This image is one I took of Buttercup when I was just starting out with a DSLR camera and made the decision to specialize in pet photography. I still love this image but on that particular day, the sun was hidden behind clouds and it was gloomy. I wanted to capture the fall colors in the background but the colors did not pop and the lake looked blah. Buttercup was working her "stare off into the distance" pose. I have noticed that I tend to shoot somewhat off kilter and this image shows that!
Since it's finally coming into Spring, I don't have the fall colors to work with. I do however have a wonderful grassy field across the road from my subdivision. I have been wanting to take Buttercup there since her coloring lends well with the beautiful wild grasses.
Not a duplicate, but I love the lighting, colors and the fact that I did get her to look at me in one image! She has perfected her "stare off in the distance" look!
For more interesting re-visit's click on my fellow Cincinnati photographer, Suzi Pix Photography, and tour the blog circle until you end up back here.
If you are interested in booking a session, there are a limited number of spring sessions available! Contact me to find out more information!