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dogs magazine ~ {stock pet photographer}

i say it at the beginning of every blog post — if you want to see the latest images from here at scruffy dog headquarters, client sneak peeks and all the latest news — you need to be following the scruffy dog facebook page.  i’ve just not been able to keep up with the blog as much as i would hope, with countless scruffy dog clients from last year not even making it on the blog with proper entries.  oh but to have more hours in a day.

but here’s something a little different …

i don’t often have the opportunity or time to share the commercial and editorial work that SDP is involved with, but when the Picture Editor of dogs magazine, from Germany, emailed me the .pdfs of the latest SDP images used in their absolutely gorgeous, extra-sized publication, i figured i’d share.  seriously, dogs is like Vogue, only it’s dogs!  big, rich, glossy, top quality publication.  there’s nothing like dogs, and i love it … well, i’m sure i’d love it a whole lot more if i remembered even half of the german i studied in school!

so here you go … a few pages, starting with none other than the goober …

and my main girl, matea…

what i love about working with European editors and agencies, is that European style … they’re always choosing some of my favorite images from the SDP portfolio.

i’ll share more as i have time.

have a great weekend, everyone!  now walk your dogs!

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  • ArdeanAwesome work! Congrats on such a beautiful spread.ReplyCancel

  • Elke VogelsangYou should see this in real. Dogs is the Vogue for dogs here. Its quality is superb. And your pictures just fit their elegant and high-quality style perfectly. I just love the photos they use and yours are, of course, a highlight, too.

    That last picture is to die for. So very, very beautiful.ReplyCancel

  • Meghan GraceI am so excited for you, Illona! These photos are truly stunning. I learn something from you every time you post. Thank you for sharing your talent!ReplyCancel

  • JoniSuper stunning photos and nice mag layouts! You must be so proud.ReplyCancel

  • LizOh my gosh – these are just stunning!!! And I love that photos taken in another location translate well to a publication on another continent.ReplyCancel

  • michelle bradshawBeautiful spread illona!!! Can you translate and let me know what it’s all about????? lolReplyCancel

  • Roger PooleFantastic article. The art director did a great job laying out the pages although they had fantastic photos to work with. Like shooting fish in a barrel.

  • Anna Soensbeautiful Illona! You must have been so thrilled with these! I know very little German beyond “danke schon”.. but the spreads look gorgeous! An excuse to visit Germany now?? 😉 I’m sure you’ll have many new fans there soon!ReplyCancel

  • gilda garciaWhat is really exciting is that there is superb design complimenting superb photos. you can’t really have one without the other and still get such a high quality product. thank you so much for sharing your beautiful work combined with someone else’s beautiful work. you must have been thrilled to see it for the first time.ReplyCancel

  • Joanna ReichertWow – that is beyond awesome!! Looks super classy and what great publicity! Maybe you’ll interest some new Deutsch dogs to partake in the scruffy experience . . . .ReplyCancel

  • Tucker's MomWow, impressive!ReplyCancel

  • Sherry in MTYou are right – Vogue it is and Mr. McScruffy looks gorgeous! Better than any human model I’ve ever seen.ReplyCancel

  • Randi HeimertThat is so ridiculously beautiful! It is like looking a Vogue spread…but much cuter models! They did a really beautiful job with your really beautiful work. It must be so awesome to see your photographs in a publication such as this one. Congrats!ReplyCancel

  • TatyanaWow! What an awesome feature! I don’t understand a word but this is gorgeous! Seems like a fantastic publication, too.ReplyCancel

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