I should point out, that as a pet photographer, most of my work is done on the same level as the pet. That means I do have to get down and work from the ground quite a bit. I chose my 24-70mm lens, to add some wide angle distortion to the mix.
Our little Bethy was the most motherly and concerned about me being flat out on the ground. Is Mom dead? What is wrong with her?
So the first photo in my story is of Bethy wondering, "Hey, Mom....are you okay?"
While at that level, Danny sauntered over to the patio and sneakily eyeballed me several times just to make sure things were "normal" and I reeeaaaallly didn't have a treat bag. I managed to get a photo of him, because I am crafty.
I like this photo of Danny. This is his relaxed stance. He is thinking about something. Me. Treats. Who he should play with.
I did stay on the ground for some time. It began to get darker. Bethy kept hanging in there and tried to help me out by striking a pose here and there. Unfortunately, the photo bombing gang of rabble rousers cut into her modeling attempts.
I do have a favorite photo from the evening. It's the photo below.
For more low-angled perspectives, check out this week's blogging bunch. Start with Cahlean Klenke of About A Dog Photography in St. Cloud & central Minnesota, then continue around the blog circle until you are back here once again. And don't forget to have a fantastic weekend!