I haven't been posting as much as I wanted to lately. Not going to make any excuses though, I will try my very best to post more in the coming future.
My friend contacted me a while ago, asking if I would be interested to have a photoshoot with Cotton and possibly a friend of mine. He has been running this photo studio for a couple of years now and wanted to try shooting larger canines. I was so excited to hear this from him, this is such an amazing opportunity, and I accepted his invite in split seconds!
The studio is actually a bit far away from where I live. Since I do not drive (oh dear, don't judge), my father was very kind and decided to drive us there. Cotton hasn't traveled this far before, I was a bit worried that he might pee pee in the car or do something silly, luckily he was behaving very well :)
We gave Cotton some time to get used to the new environment at first, while my best friend Lydia and I dressed up for the shooting. Cotton was very excited about every little things he found in the studio. It was very difficult to keep him in the shooting area, we had to fence off the area with every objects we find in the studio in the end.
At that moment, I had only just realized how hard it is to shoot with animals. It was a pain trying to get him to look into the camera! Posing and controlling Cotton at the same time was definitely not an easy job. Lydia and I were super tired after like an hour or so.. But was it worth it? Definitely! Nothing is better than having pictures taken professionally with my baby Cotton and my bestest best friend. Anyway, enough rambling and here are the pictures! :3
Many thanks to IS Production House