Category Archives: Dogs

I spent another wonderful day training a fantastic group of photographers on Aspire Photography Training’s How to Photography Dogs course just before Christmas. My days spent there are always so amazing and I am always really excited to see what models I will have for us to play with.  I couldn’t have been more pleased […]

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There is nothing like spending an entire day talking about photography with another passionate photographer and it’s even better when their passion is to photograph dogs too. I spent a wonderful day with Gill who had come to have a one to one training session with me to concentrate on her dog photography.  I certainly […]

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This has to be one of my favourite shoots of the year so far and it struck me whilst I was meeting these two gorgeous girls that I couldn’t now imagine myself doing anything else. We were at the glorious location which is Old Richmond Racecourse where I had been earlier in the year with […]

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When I saw the two gorgeous dogs who were coming to be my models at How to Photograph Dogs with Aspire Photography Training it would be an understatement to say I was excited!  They were a very scrummy Great Dane puppy, Moses and a wonderfully handsome Old English Sheep Dog called Douglas.  I think I now need another […]

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When I saw these two gorgeous girls I just knew it was going to be a fab shoot and what made it even more special was the fact it was snowing when I got there.  It was also extremely cold and windy in fact it was quite literally a blizzard!  I certainly couldn’t feel my […]

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My next training session at Aspire Photography Training and meeting some other photographers that share my passion for capturing those four legged members of the family meant I was a little excited! I have found another love and that’s sharing my passion and knowledge.  I have benefited from it myself and its a wonderful experience […]

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