My final portrait session in Columbus before our move to Northeast Ohio was last minute. Allison and Brendan had contacted me just two weeks before my move. They had won an auction package that I had donated to the March of Dimes for their annual Signature Chef’s Auction. Although I had not planned on photographing during my last two weeks in town, I wanted to make sure they had the winning session and wall art before the holidays. We were able to coordinate our schedules and plan her session for the very next day. That is something that rarely happens with my calendar!
It was a chilly weekend afternoon for the portrait session at Creekside in Gahanna. The lucky subject for the portrait session was her adorable 4-year-old Bullmastiff, Jameson. As soon as I read Jameson’s interview before the session, I had a huge smile on my face. I could not wait to meet her! When her pet parents shared that their dog’s cutest trait was her tongue – and that it is out all the time, I was excited to see her. No matter what this pup was doing during her session, that tongue was out! I only captured one or two images during the
photos that her tongue was actually in her mouth!
Jameson is a gentle giant to say the least. This dog was so careful about taking a treat out of my hand. I am used to my dogs grabbing goodies as soon as they are in range, but this dog was as delicate as could be. And she was also full of energy! We went to a less traveled area of the park and once in an open field she was ready to run! She always stayed close to her pet parents and never strayed too far, but she was ready to get her exercise that afternoon.
It was such a fun dog portrait session for me to have before relocating and I am thrilled that we could work it out so quickly! Here are a few images from Jameson’s portraits. I am sure you will fall in love with this cute dog and her tongue, just like I did!