Archive for the 'Animal Photography' Category

A dame and her doxie


One of our favorite Pin-Up models, Nikole V came back to Lynn Terry Pin-Up and Gypsi Studio Design for another round of stunning vintage photos. This round, she brought her adorable little Doxie, Molly to join in on the fun. Nikole had the great idea of recreating the above beach scene, a classic Pin-Up scene. Little Molly cooperated perfectly for the shot, grabbed the swimsuit and all.

Not only were we able to capture the above photo, we brought out the beach ball and some bubbles and got several other photos that are just as fantastic! The studio was a sticky, sandy mess by the time Miss Nikole left but we think it was WELL worth it. Look at all of the amazing photos we created! Which is your favorite?
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Tails Always Wag Inn


Tracy, the owner of Tails Always Wag Inn contacted me about shooting photos for her growing pet sitting business in the St. Louis area.  Tracy wanted to use her 3 pups, Gertrude, Lorelei, and Yori for her website photos. Little did I know, Tracy has some of the most disciplined and well-behaved pups I have ever worked with. Tracy can train some dogs…that is for sure! I enjoyed getting so many different poses and angles of Tracy and her clan of pups.

Be sure to check out her website here!

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Stacy and her pug Jaci


Stacy won a raffle at an Easter Egg Hunt for Dogs and the prize was a session for her and her pug named Jaci. Stacey and Jaci were quite the pair. Even though Jaci was extremely disciplined and well behaved, she is the definition of a ‘Little Dickens’. Jaci had me laughing hysterically in the park. Every time Stacy attempted to lay next to Jaci, Jaci would move two feet to the right, away from her…just for the sake of being sassy. Several of the photos of the two together are of Stacey trying to convince Jaci to move closer. All the pug sass aside…these photos turned out great. What a lucky winner! See more…

Liz and Joe


Last summer, Liz realized she needed some pictures of her Golden Retriever, Joe. We headed outdoors and captured some fantastic shots of both Joe and Liz. Joe is such a pretty Golden, I love his fluffy ears! Joe was so playful and cooperative we decided to give him a turn in the photo booth as well. Who knew a dog could smile so much? 🙂

Many times, pet parents hesitate to get in on the photos with their pets. However, I STRONGLY encourage everyone to get photos taken with their pets. Firstly, many parents take photos with their human babies, why wouldn’t we do the same with our fur babies? Secondly, your pets bring out a certain aspect of your personality and emotions. Just like Liz, you can see the bond, affection and love she has for her old man, Joe in the below photos. You can also see the love Joe feels for Liz. Luckily, I have the ability and opportunity to capture those aspects for Liz to have as a keepsake forever. Something, in my mind, that is priceless!
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Remembrance Sessions-Q&A

Lynn's dog, Tink

Lynn’s dog, Tink


As Lynn Terry’s assistant, I felt it was important to sit down and conduct a Q&A for the Remembrance Sessions. We get several emails and requests for these sessions and many do not fully understand the process or the importance of these sessions. Please email for more information regarding the Remembrance Sessions. Also, please keep in mind, you can also gift a Remembrance Session.

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Pups, Peeps and Little Beaugard Cheeks


By now, you all should be used to seeing adorable and hilarious photos with the Beaugard twins. Last Easter, we had the great idea of including a ton of Peeps in their shoot. Add some cute pups as well as some dog-themed Easter eggs and bunny ears and viola! Some of the cutest Easter photos in existence. After you see them, we are confident you will agree. Happy Easter!

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Blue-eyed, blond-haired and ornery to boot


I was fortunate enough to meet the Schmidt family through a rescue group a while back. Wanting some family photos, we headed to the park this past fall and took advantage of beautiful weather. This handsome little guy was HILARIOUS. He showed up wearing his cowboy boots and was rearing to go!  If you can’t tell by the photos, he came with all kinds of energy.  He had me laughing and exhausted by the end of the day. Little boys keep you guessing but I’m happy with the outcome. Best little boy shoot to date. 🙂

Luckily, we were also able to make it back to the studio to do a few shots with the Schmidt’s fur kid in the photo booth as well. Both kids were a riot!

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