Project 52 : Framed

Hi everybody, TGIF!

This week’s topic is “Framed”,¬†using compositional elements to frame our subjects.

And I used the dining chair as the frame, which created an interesting layout.

Does it look like Lulu is behind the jail bar ? ūüėÄ


Lulu looks so calm and sits still on the chair

(because she just had her dinner)



Thanks for stopping by my blog and have a nice weekend!

Next we have About A Dog Photography by Cahlean Klenke 


Project 52 : Kitchen

This is my second time to pick a theme for Project 52.

Besides bedroom, kitchen is always my dogs’ favorite space.

They will always be on time when breakfast and dinner are ready.


Lulu (Pug) & Piggy (Puggle) are getting ready for their food while Grandma readies their foods.


Spoiled Piggy can’t wait to have his dinner.


Piggy :  Yay! Finally have my delicious dinner.

Up next, we have  Boston Dog Photographer by Blue Amrich Studio

Project 52 : Fall

Time goes by fast!

When I first started Project 52 it was beginning of summer , and now it’s fall !

Fall is coming late in Wichita.

We have a lot of green leaves instead of red and gold leaves.


Lulu enjoys her evening walk.



Up next, we have Windsor Ontario Dog Photographer ,by Candid K Nines.

Have  a nice weekend!

Project 52 : Sun/lens flare

TGIF everybody!

This week’s project is ¬†incorporating sun flare into shots and experimenting with subtle to overdone.


Champ is enjoying his morning sun bath on the field.

Sadly I didn’t catch any strong sun flare with it.

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This is Zero with the lovely sunset.

To enhance the sun and lens flare in the pictures,

I made it black & white along with orange shadow filter.

Thank you for stop by, here we have Silver & Pixel Photography

Project 52 : Recreate or Imitate

TGIF everybody!

This week’s theme for Project 52 is Recreate or Imitate your favorite art pieces of your favorite artist.

First artist that comes in my mind is Milton Glaser, an American Graphic Designer.

His simple and sharp logo design inspires me the most.

One of his best well-known logo is I (heart) NY

I love puggle

Instead of the heart shape,

I played with Piggy’s image (with almost the shape of heart, REALLY ??) and fill with red

to make it look like I LOVE PUGGLE !

Hope you like it ūüėÄ

Next, we have Unleashed! pet portraits by Melissa McCabe

Project 52 : The Rule of Thirds

 Rules of thirds is one of the essential skills that is useful for composition techniques in photography.

A successful off-center composition can create the direction and eye-catching pictures.


Main subject of the picture above is Champ’s eye.


The shadow can also create the nice composition for rule of thirds!

Up Next, we have Guilford Pet Photographer by Kathryn Schauer

Project 52 : Style

This week’s theme is style.¬†Fun, fashion, or photog-style – you decide for this week’s challenge! ¬†Here are some ideas.

A) What photography style are you. 

A while back Jamie wrote this great article on defining your¬†“photodogstyle” –¬†,¬†

I reference it every now and than have noticed big changes in the way I was photographing when I first started, to the way I photograph now. 

B) Your dog’s sense of style or fashion!¬†

C) Any other style you can think of! Have fun! 

I pick the A ! Most of my photos are consider as DOCUMENTARY style.


I work with my own dogs for most of my photograph.

They has no awarenness to me, and just “do their own thing”

which also create the DOCUMENTARY style for my photos.


Meanwhile, I also love the ABSTRACT style.


There’s have a lot of different styles of the photography,

hopefully I will create my very owned style pet photography in the future!

To view more photography style from member of Project 52,

just click on Emma Grace Photography

Project 52 : Low Angle

Happy Friday everyone!

This week theme is Low Angle, capture ideally from below eye level of dogs.

Piggy and Lulu is pretty short and it is not easy to capture from low angle.

To get a better low angle, I let them sit on the chair.


Got quick snap while Piggy staring at the sky!


Another one with Lulu!

 Up next, we have Spotty Nose Pet Photography by Karen Ramos

Project 52 : Over Post Processing

This week’s theme for Project 52 is Over Post Processing.

“Many of us strive to make our photos look natural, but for this week,

I’d like to you to do the opposite, and go crazy with the post processing. ¬†A photo that is pretty obviously edited. Think creative, stylistic or artistic.”

  One of my favorite artists is Andy Warhol, as known as The Prince of Pop Art.

During my college year, one of the projects for my oil painting class is “Which Artist Inspired You?”

I picked Andy as my inspiration because I really love his colorful art style!

The painting below is the outcome of the project: Baby Piggy!


For this project, I did the same as I did for the painting; except this time, with Lulu as the subject accompanied with Photoshop’s assistance!


This is inspired by Andy Warhol’s POP ART.

To see more of Project 52, we have Sue Collura Studio

Project 52 : Body Parts

This week is my turn pick a theme for Project 52: Body Parts.

I love to take close up photos for various body parts for my beasties,

which can also create abstract view of the photos.

IMG_0015The space in-between Champ’s hand created the love shape.


IMG_0008-2Champ with his cracking tongue :p

Here we have InBetween the Blinks Photography