So I got this cute new hair bow for Sadie, which I’ve decided looks like a zebra flower. Of course the first thing I want to do is take some pictures of Sadie rockin’ her new bow. Unfortunately Sadie is not in the mood to try on hair accessories.
When you are putting sunglasses on a dog and trying to take pictures of the cuteness, you would assume that your most difficult challenge will be keeping the sunglasses on your dog. But as these bloopers prove, Sadie is a very well behaved model and I seem to be the one causing the problems. What good are sunglasses on your dog if your camera woman can’t seem to focus the camera or keep your dog in the frame? While Sadie stayed nice and still, apparently that day I was unable to stop from moving the camera all over the place, messing up the photos.
For this month’s Pet Blogger Blooper Round Up I’m sharing some photos I took of Sadie in front of a picturesque lily pond. It definitely takes quite a few more attempts to get a great photo of Sadie when we’re out in nature, but it was especially difficult at this lily pond. Although we were a perfectly safe distance away, Sadie had to face towards the road in order for me to get my photos. For some reason, when Sadie sees cars passing by she absolutely must watch every single one until it is out of sight. I’m thankful she doesn’t try to chase the cars like some dogs enjoy, but following each one with her head makes taking a good photo rather difficult.
For this month’s Pet Blogger Bloopers Round-Up I thought I’d share some bloopers of Sadie’s smile. Sadie was like a little kid during this particular photo shoot. She was in a happy, smiling mood when I decided to begin the photo shoot. But as soon as I pointed the camera at her, Sadie refused to smile. If I put the camera down, Sadie smiled. If I picked the camera back up, Sadie stopped smiling. Then I started asking Sadie nicely to smile for the camera and instead I got funny faces. When I said “please smile”, she stuck her tongue out at me!