National Dog Day 2016
Each year National Dog Day is hold on the 26th of August. It is a day to celebrate all the different dog breeds, Assistance Dogs who have special roles and help dogs needing homes. Through my photography I have had the opportunity to meet and photograph lots of different dogs and still get as excited as I did when I first started. When you meet dogs they are one of the most loyal and forgiving animals.
I have been involved with All Dogs Matter Charity over the last year and met so many lovely rescue dogs, it is always incredible how these dogs end up having such loving and affectionate characters despite not having the best start in life. If you know anyone who is interested in fostering or rehoming a dog, please take a look at All Dogs Matter's website http://alldogsmatter.co.uk/
Since picking up a camera I have been able to combine the two things I love the most, one of my favourite lenses for dog photography is the Sigma 70-200mm F2.8 lens because of it's versatility.
Below are a few of my favourite photos from the last few years:
If you would like to view more photos please visit http://www.natashaballettaphotography.com/dog-photography-hertfordshire-bedfordshire-buckinghamshire-oxfordshire-london
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