Raising Money for SafeHaven Humane Society
Today we™re are down at the studio photographing pet Halloween portraits for SafeHaven Humane Society. A small donation of $25 covers your pets sitting fee and you get an 8×10. 100% of the proceeds go directly to SafeHaven and we donate the cost of printing.
It’s a great cause and we always have fun photographing your pets.
This morning our first four legged clients were Miss Misty and MaMa Tickles. Miss Misty wasn’t sure she wanted to have here picture done but after getting comfortable with us she helped us create some very fun pictures. Not wanting to be shown up by Misty, Mama Tickles jumped right in and really cheesed it up for the camera.
Clare and I were really pleased with our grave yard set and we will be using it for tomorrows charity event our Monster Mash Photo Bash. Bring your children in costume with two cans of food and receive a free 5×7. We’ll be doing photos from 10am-4pm; after that I’m going trick or treating with two witches and batman.
Hope to see you tomorrow,
Raising Money for SafeHaven
Make an appointment on October 30th from 10-3,
at Troutman Photography.
In exchange for your small donation
of $25 to SafeHaven™s Greystroke medical fund,
you™ll receive a free 10×8 professional portrait
of your furry friend in costume,
This Fund is for pets that need
above and beyond medical care
before they can go to their forever home.
More information about the fund at www.safehavenhumane.com.
This last weekend I had the pleasure of creating senior portraits for Miss Ashley. Who, in addition to being just a laid back person to hang out with, also has fantastic taste in dresses. Little fashion tip for y’all…full length dresses photograph beautifully. There’s a reason that Hollywood™s red carpets see more full length gowns than mini-skirts.
Cesar the posing cat.
Anyway, we had a blast working together. We were joined by a very special guest - Cesar. Cesar was a wayward cat that thought laying on my lens while I shot from the ground was the thing to do. After he figured out that I was not going to let him be a photographer on this shoot, he tried his hand at modeling. Now I don’t want to brag but anyone can pose a person…but posing a cat takes talent!
Just look at the way I got him to pop his front leg. I’m just brilliant, what can I say.
O.K. so I was just lucky.
After saying goodbye to Cesar we continued to shoot for another hour and a half. Halfway through the shoot the weather got cloudy and
just cruddy looking. Now I really don’t wish to brag but a wanna-be photographer bags the shoot when the weather gets yucky. A pro simply reaches into to their bag of tricks and makes it work. That’s exactly what we did and we got great images despite the weather. So if you have an appointment with us and the weather gets nasty, don’t worry. We’ve got you covered.
Have a good one,
PS: For those of you who want to see more of Cesar the posing cat, I’ll be posting a video very soon.
122 S. Main St. Jefferson OR.
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