About a week ago I came home to two perfectly groomed doggies. While I knew that my husband and I had a lot to do, I could not resist going into the studio with my camera and doing a quick doggie shoot.
It had been weeks since I used my camera. I dropped it while trying to take a picture at a weird angle…yep it was a picture of a couple of my doggies. After the incident, it would not work. I missed capturing the wonderment in the skies and even doing things as simple as shooting different textures to use as backgrounds.
I am by no means a photographer. I, like everyone else, have a perspective that is based on my viewpoint, interpretation and beliefs. That is what my camera allows me to do: tell the story from my perspective. For instance, if you were in the studio when I was taking this picture, what you would have seen was a mess!
I had asked my husband to herd the two smaller dogs to take pictures. All of a sudden, I had a room full of dogs creating mayhem! One was spraying all over the paper, while the rest ran like wild animals. That is not what I saw. From my viewpoint, I saw the loving care from human hands.