February 24, 2022

With the new year, the madness that is the Guild of Photographers’ Image of the month competition starts again, and we’re back on the roller coaster of highs and lows as our images are judged and awarded.

I actually chose the images for January and February’s entries back in November, as I’m hoping to be a little more organised with my competition entries this year. I’m pleased to say that all of the shots I enter are client images, as I feel its important to show integrity when it comes to competitions, and enter images that my clients would receive as part of their photo shoot.

However, I still do extra editing on competition entries - that’s not to say they aren’t properly edited when delivered to a client, but competition judges tends to focus on the minutiae and so everything has to be as perfect as possible.

So in January, I decided to enter three shots from Maggie’s At Home Studio Style shoot as part of her Pawfect Moments Deluxe Experience, which took place back in August. Her human had a very specific vision of black on back images, so we kept things simple during the session to capture what she wanted.

I am thrilled to say that the images were awarded one High Bronze and two Bronze Awards, which is a fantastic start to the year.

The high bronze is the front-facing headshot of Maggie above, which is one of my favourites.


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