The Studio - Holiday Recap

I thought I would put up some images that we've been taking in the studio (and by "we" I mean "mostly Robert").

First, we had an open house of sorts with all of the other studios and the gallery. We took holiday portraits for anyone who was brave enough to step in front of the camera, and there were some fantastic results!

Here's a great one of our friends' kid hamming it up. When I asked her if he practiced this a lot at home, she looked at me and said she's never seen him dance like this before!

Then we got this cute image (which I took, not too bad I think!):

We also took a holiday portrait for our friends, Katie and Rhiannon with their dogs, O'Malley and Oliver. There was much waving of toys and shaking of treats and wearing of antlers (on the dogs). They went with this one for their holiday card.

We then thought it would be a great idea to traumatize our own dogs, so we brought them over to the studio and made them do embarrassing things with holiday decorations. No animals were harmed during this photo shoot, but I can't say the same for the decorations.

Here's Keira, plotting our demise as soon as this is over.

Aggie gets pissed off. Keira hits the floor.

All is soon forgiven. Much kissy face is seen.

They make up over a meal of holiday garland. Lovely. I launch myself at them to make sure they don't swallow any. Damn dogs.

The rest of the images can be found by clicking here. We ended up picking 4 different photos and printed them out with funny captions and put those in our holiday cards.

Next up will be some of our model photos we've taken for stock.



  1. These are so great! I love the one Katie and Rhiannon chose. Beautiful family and their dogs are gorgeous! The first one of Keira had me rolling in the floor L(ing)MAO!

    Do you guys do any stock photography? With the white backdrop it could be some extra income.

  2. Yes, we've done stock, but very casually. Since we've gotten the studio, we're trying to do more. That's what I spent the weekend doing. Lying in bed feeling crappy and editing photos. Here's hoping they'll start to pay off a little better!

  3. Fingers crossed for you! We buy some stock stuff for work.