And boy are you in for a treat!
Here are the photos from this year’s Dog Fest for Mass Vest a Dog!
So – in order to further help the cause – if you were an attendee and there is a photo(s) of yourself or your doggie that you would like to have without the HHP watermark for you to print (Holiday cards or gifts??) and keep, please click here and donate $5 to the Mass Vest a Dog cause. Then, send an email with the number of the photo (mouse over to see numbers) to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will email you your file(s) asap!
I love doing this event and capturing the dogs and owners candidly as it truly shows how much we love these four-legged creatures… and visa versa!
Last year’s photos can be found here as well!
ho ho ho! yup it’s almost that time of year! time to be thankful and show your appreciation for those around you who help make you who you are. I’m making this blog ‘specially for my co-workers at Whitman Middle School for their support and continued pursuance of Holly Haddad photographing their children! These are some of the cutest kids known to man – no joke. Each one has taught me something new, or presented a new challenge, and is continuing to help me become a “real photographer.” I owe so much to these little… and not so little! girls and boys and hopefully their moms, dads, and grandmas will allow them to continue to be my lil subjects into the next decade! So without further adieu (in no particular order)… here are the 2010 Holly Haddad Photography WMS cherubs! Thanks again and I love you guys!
You know you’re busy when… I purchased a power inverter yesterday via Amazon so I can edit photos in the car during a road trip in a few weeks. LOL, funny how “free time” has turned into editing time, with breaks for a lil Black Ops in between – hehe.
Anyways… more babies! These are photos I took last week of a colleague’s grandson, Landon. What a peanut! He’s about ten days old here and a mover and a shaker! We had a fun shoot with a few outfit changes and some potential Christmas card shots! Also, cute pup Penny made a quick appearance!
This will prob be my last blog before the holiday (and my ten year high school reunion – yikes!) so Gobble Gobble and remember to wear your stretchy pants to dinner!
Photos are taking over my life… but it’s okay! I love it! LOL, it’s funny when you start thinking things like, gee, I’m madly in love with my 2.8 70-200 lens, ALL THE TIME. haha really though I do love photography and enjoy the happiness it brings to my clients as well! This is a good thing as I have much editing and blogging in addition to FINALLY getting around to making my own wedding album/prints! Yes, that was exactly seven months ago today… yowza time does certainly fly!
Anyways, here are my photos of the Swett Family. Zach was such a good brother to his twin brother and sister, Mason and Madelyn. Mason is technically the older of the two yet is not nearly as plump as Madison! WOW does she have some cheeks! LOL What a great family! Enjoy!
Last weekend Bob White of Stay and Play Dog Daycare in East Bridgewater, MA had his annual “Dog Fest” in honor of the “Vest-a-Dog” program to fit police dogs with protective vests out in the field. It was an overcast day but there was no trace of this on the owners and doggie’s faces who attended the event! So many dogs! It is a great cause and many came out to support this “first line of defense” for those who protect and serve each and every day. Here is an article in the Boston Herald and a link to the Mass Vest-a-Dog program. I highly recommend visiting the site and supporting these awesome canines!
If you would like any of these photos unwatermarked please make a small donation to the Mass Vest-a-Dog program and email me at email@example.com and I will get them out to you ASAP!
There are a ton of photos so I will post my favorites and the rest can be viewed here!