If you are like me and have a weakness for handsome dogs, I bet you’ll love these portraits from Alicia Ruis of Frame Your Pet.
From Alicia: “This dog photography session was divided in two: one outdoor session and one indoor session. Bonz is a young and highly energetic Mastiff (still acting like a puppy), I wanted to tire him up for the indoor session.
We headed to the beach. We arrived there around 8 am as I wanted to capture the early fog from the Bay Area combined with the cold ocean and the black sand. It was the perfect combo to create moody images. Later in the day, when the boys were panting, we went back to the house. Lucky me, the house was not only gorgeous, but it had plenty of natural light.”
From their human: “Bosch is a whip-smart, alert Doberman that just loves everyone he comes in contact with. Bonz is simply 140 pounds of goofy energy: we refer to him as ‘the frat boy that never left’. That being said, the calm and quiet in Bosch’s ‘retirement’ (he’s 12 yrs. old) has been shattered by his younger brother…. and they love every moment together.” You can see more of these handsome dogs here on Frame Your Pet blog. To see more of Alicia’s photos follow Frame Your Pets on Facebook.
About Frame Your Pet Photography: Alicia is based in Los Angeles, California and also covers San Francisco, California. Alicia specializes in both fine art portraiture and lifestyle photography.