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Brisbane Pet Photographer | Green 52 week Project

Brisbane Pet Photographer | Pawtrait Purrfection

Brisbane Pet Photographer | Jodie Pholi | Pawtrait Purrfection

Hi, Everyone!

Welcome to my 52-week project Blog.
First of all. I am part of a Blog circle with some amazing Photographers from around the world. Each week we have a photography theme, week 13 is Green.
Green green green, I have to say I am happy to see all the green grass from all the rain we are having at the moment and there's lots more to come this week from Tropical Cyclone Debbie that hit Nth Qld earlier this week. Here's a look at Cyclone Debbie so glad everyone is safe.Cyclone Debbie. I live sth west from where the Cyclone hit and far enough away that we aren't affected by the Cyclone but we're getting flooding rain from the after effect so I won't have a chance to get out to take any more pictures. I did take a picture of my little model Brocky who every now and then will pose for the camera. Chihuahua x and he only does what he wants when he wants. This was taken in my back yard with a green colour bond fence and green grass bit to much green for my liking but Green is the Theme.

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Canon 5diii 70-200 2.8L @ 175mm, f2.8, ss 1/800, iso 320.

Thought I'd add one of my favourite images of my little model since it has nice green grass in it as well.

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Canon 5diii 70-200L 2.8 @ 200mm, f2.8, ss 180, iso 400

I took this picture of my Gorgeous horse Angel this afternoon, she really needs her mane brushed, really she is loved but her rug rubs her mane and they were having a nude day.
I saw this beautiful sky and ran in and grabbed my camera as it was very pink/ magenta and on the colour wheel that is opposite to Green.

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Next up in our 52 week Project for Green is  Cahlean Klenke St. Cloud MN dog photographer About A Dog Photography.

If you would like to book a session with Pawtrait Purrfection, please click on the link Book Session. Ipswich Pet Photographer- Brisbane Pet Photographer- Toowoomba Pet Photographer.

 

 

 

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Brisbane Pet Photographer | Ipswich Pet Photographer | Toowoomba Pet Photographer

Brisbane Pet Photographer, Jodie from Pawtrait Purrfection, specialises in stunning pet portraits of your much loved fur family. From a rambunctious romp in the field to a silky pillow at home, we aim to capture the spirit of your beloved pet and the love you share. Beautiful images of your four-legged best friend are a fantastic way to decorate your home.

Specialist Brisbane Pet Photographer, Pawtrait Purrfection, services Brisbane, Ipswich and Toowoomba.

8 Comments
  1. March 31, 2017 -
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    Oh, these are just lovely! I am obsessed with your second image! I really like the use of colors in it. They pop so well against the green. And that light!

    • jodiepholi
      March 31, 2017 -
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      Thank you, Jessica, I love the second image as well.I have a 22" round timber print of it on my wall <3

  2. Linda
    March 31, 2017 -
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    The light and color are just gorgeous in all 3 of your images! Beautiful! When I am at the shelter I typically shoot with my 50 mm prime lens because I'm handling hot dogs and real dogs....I really notice the difference in your bokeh with the long lens compared to the 50mm in mine. (I also shot at 2.8). I love the creamy bokeh you created. I hesitate to handle my zoom with hot dog hands but your images are making me really want to try!

    • jodiepholi
      April 1, 2017 -
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      When I worked at the shelter I always used my 70-200 or my 135mm with the dogs. Thanks

  3. April 1, 2017 -
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    Love the photo of the dog amid the flowers; lovely. And also the horse with the fantastic colors.

    • jodiepholi
      April 1, 2017 -
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      Thank you Kathie

  4. Elaine
    April 4, 2017 -
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    Absolutely love that second image! Outstanding. The sky in the horse photo (and the horse, of course) is fantastic.

    • jodiepholi
      April 4, 2017 -
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      Thank you Elaine

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