November Featured Pet – Ruby
Ruby has many superpowers, like giving the best cuddles in the world, sitting on the back of the couch like a cat and the ability to run up a slide and then sliding back down. Being a superdog means that she is determined too and loves to do as she pleases.
Mum Natalie first met Ruby when she was only two weeks old at the Breeders. Natalie knew that she wanted a female Curly Coat Retriever and Ruby snuggled into her chest and made loads of cute noises. Ruby sealed the deal by peeing on Natalie – a sign is a sign and you can’t ignore that.
Ruby’s favourite thing to do is run, it could be running to explore something, running at the beach or at the off lead park or just running around the house with an empty bottle or her fav toy Duckie. The only one area that superdog Ruby has yet to perfect is getting the cats to love her, no doubt this will come with time.
Her best superpower is the love she gives Mum: “I can get lost for ages just being with her and forget about all the craziness in this world”.
Posted on November 15, 2013Tags: animal photography Melbourne, Creature Focus Photography, dog photography, dog portraits, melbourne animal photography, Melbourne dog photography, Melbourne dog portraits, Melbourne pet photographer, melbourne pet photography, pet portraits Melbourne
October Featured Pet – Franklin and Daisy
Franklin and Daisy are new siblings. Daisy joined the family earlier this year after Franklin’s beautiful brother Toto (17 years old) passed away. Daisy has helped to fill the void left by Toto and she just loves her older brother.
Franklin and Daisy both love to play and the best time of day to do that is just before bed time of course. They also love to go for walks and hang out with Mum and Dad. They also have their individual loves, Franklin loves to have a chat, while Daisy thinks that eating a sock in its entirety is the greatest past time. And while Daisy is the crazy child of the family, Franklin is the more nervous of the two and is afraid to jump up on the couch, often crying until he is picked up and put there!
For Mum Karleen and Dad Ryan, Franklin and Daisy are wonderful companions “Franklin is the most well behaved dog and Daisy brings some excitement to our lives and gives Franklin some energy”, says Karleen.
Posted on October 9, 2013Tags: animal photography, animal photography Melbourne, creature focus, Creature Focus Photography, dog photography, dog photos, dog portraits, melbourne animal photography, Melbourne pet photographer, Melbourne pet portraits, pet photography, pet photography Melbourne, pet portraits Melbourne, photography
The Cute Couple
Mason and Charli’s Mum, Kelly, says that poor old Charli has problems with his hips and does not move around very much anymore (except when the Schmakos come out I found). And little Mason is just learning about rolling over, so they were both the perfect models for a baby/puppy session.
As you can see Charli was excellent and very gentle with Mason, and both were excellent solo models as well.
My prediction? Mason and Charli will be great friends.
Posted on January 30, 2013Tags: Beaglier, Creature Focus Animal Photography, dog and baby photography, dog photography, Melbourne dog photography, Melbourne dog portraits, Melbourne pet photographer, melbourne pet photography, pet portraits, pet portraits Melbourne, pets and baby
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I am so excited to be able to tell you about a project I have been working on with a couple of other photographers and the RSPCA Victoria. Pet Tails is a collection of animal portraits that will be published a a beautiful book in 2011.
The book will feature pets from all over Victoria and we are hoping that it will feature a variety of animals. The photographs will be taken by myself, Dione Molnar of Petrait Animal Photography and Peter Gibney of Furrever Pet Photography. All proceeds from the registration fee will go to the RSPCA to help them with abandoned and neglected animals.
I know that it is going to be a lot of fun photographing all of these pets and knowing that it is all going to a great cause.
There are still places available so if you would like to register go to http://shop.rspcavic.org.au/p-1086-pet-tails-registration.aspx or for more information about Pet Tails, go to www.pettails.com.au
Posted on December 20, 2010Tags: 2011, animals, book, pet photography, pet portraits, pet portraits Melbourne, Pet Tails, pets, RSPCA Victoria
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