Each week a group of wonderful photographers from Beautiful Beasties Network challenges each other to take on an assignment. This is a great way to network, get to know each other, and just try new things in general.
This weeks theme is wide. I cannot believe I have skipped 5 weeks in this project! I have been so busy saving lives, taking on another kill shelter, all very far from my home, so I spend lots of time traveling as well. This weeks theme is fun! I tent to zoom in as much as I can, well we are going wide now. I had such a hard time. I have few of my images zoomed out, but I still cropped them to make them look appealing. I was busy this week, so I have few shots only.
Florida was rainy, so I have few shots from indoors and few from outdoors. Here we go!
Rarely my kitty lets me take photos of her. She is camera shy, semi feral cute little kitty. I have zoomed out going wide, but I bended over a bit to be closer for a detail on her beautiful eyes. She is cute!
Each day, I practice basics commands with my pups and we practice self control and impulse control. As we were setting up, I snapped a quick shot of all of them. Funny, even my kitty trains with us. I swear, she thinks she is a dog. I had to crop this photo, otherwise it would be much wider. There was a wall to the left of them. In my defense, when everyone is looking you snap the photo :)
Sorry, but B&W photos are my favorite and indoor photos look better in B&W. My last photo here is Katchka with a moon. It was already too dark, so the photo is a bit grainy and colors were just oversaturated, so I chosen to do this one in B&W. I was zoomed out, you can see the lens vignette too.
I just had a session and I went wide few times with all my client's pups. That is six beautiful fur babies. I have made this photo in B&W to capture the connection, emotion, and to do something different than just a silhouette.
To give this post a little kick, I will post the sunset that day. It was spectacular and I zoomed wide!
I hope you had fun and enjoyed my weekly project, maybe want to come visit Florida :) Head over to view translation of our project to Emilee Fuss Photography, Sarasota, Florida. This is a circle and we always have lots of photographers participating. Please scroll down on each blog and visit the next photographer.