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Heart Spot Studios Photo Shoot

Echo and Gracie had the opportunity to have their photos taken at Heart Spot Studios in Braselton, Georgia recently. I just got the photos back today and am overly pleased with how the photos turned out! Tracey, the owner and photographer at Heart Spot Studios, was wonderful with the dogs. I knew going in that Gracie would be a little more difficult, but Gracie instantly took to Tracey and kept wanting to to come over to her to be petted! Tracey got some really great photos of Gracie. I was worried that she would be too stressed and look upset for the photos, but that was definitely not the case! I have shared a few of the photos in the slide show below:

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Please check out Heart Spots website to see more of Tracey’s beautiful work!

You can see the rest of the photos of Echo and Gracie here: https://my.stickyfolios.com/vzpjkjmwnbgd

Thanks for reading,

Katie, Gracie and Echo

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28 thoughts on “Heart Spot Studios Photo Shoot

  1. What an awesome collection of photos to be able to cherish for years to come! Thanks for sharing them! I can’t wait to see you soon at BlogPaws! Perhaps I’ll get to take some glamour shots of your pup(s) (not sure if you’re bringing both) while we’re together!

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    1. Thank you! We are looking forward to BlogPaws! I think I am bringing Echo and our new addition Yoshi. Gracie doesn’t do well at those type of events. She’d rather stay home with my husband!

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  2. These are great shots. In my head, I say oh no, it’s too much money or not worth it to get my pets photographed, but I see these and think that it’s absolutely worth it! Their lives are short, so it would nice to have quality pictures of them.

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  3. What amazing photos, capturing them both and their personalities beautifully. It is so funny how one can be a ham for the camera (that was our Harley and sounds like your Echo) and another is somewhat avoidant (that was our Shasta and sounds like your Gracie). Your photographer did a terrific job getting them both to look totally relaxed and loving their session!

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  4. I’m so glad you have these gorgeous images of Gracie and Echo! A good pet photographer can really make all the difference for a dog who may normally be uncomfortable with strangers and cameras.

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  5. These photos came out great! I love the holiday photos, especially of the one with Gracie waving her paw. I love a professional pet photos shoot, I just wish I could afford them more often.
    Love & Biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

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  6. Really lovely photos- clearly a talented photographer. Both dogs look beautiful. It’s so fun getting studio shots of dogs. Kilo loves getting his photo taken at home in a studio set up as it means treats but I don’t think I could take him to an actual studio with strangers. He did meet the Dogist (photographer) once in a park at a rescue fundraiser and much to my surprise, posed very briefly and seemed to like him right away but he was on leash and still anxious.

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  7. The photos are all gorgeous. Such beautiful dogs! I kind of just want to rub all over their fuzzy ears! I especially like the portraits with the darker backdrop. I would love to have Bernie and Lizzie photographed in a studio with optimal lighting for moments like these. Wonderful inspiration here!

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  8. Aww what great memories to have and cherish forever. Gracie and Echo did great. The photographer really captured great shots. I love the Christmas themed picsand the dark background ones too. Thanks for sharing. They are adorable.

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