Kelsey and Webster

Meet Kelsey and Webster - a glamourous pair of English setters that I photographed this winter.  These dogs were absolutely hilarious.  Webster would do ANYTHING for a ball.  Kelsey needed a little bit of extra bribing - complimentary oatmeal raisin cookies to the rescue!  A few days after the session Kelsey and Webster’s parents had a real scare when Kelsey vanished while on a walk in one of Toronto’s ravines during a blizzard.  Thankfully she made it home safely, but only after spending a night outside in a snowstorm!  Good job Kelsey for being so brave.

Kelsey and Webster’s mom purchased the session and a set of three 20” x 24” canvas gallery wraps as a gift for her husband to put in his office.  They ended up liking their photographs so much that they purchased a second set of three 20” x 20” canvases for the cottage.  I can’t wait to see pictures of how the artworks look once they get hung on the wall.

Webster - English Setter

Kelsey - English Setter

Webster and Kelsey - English Setters


Matilda, Clementine, Baby, and Derby - The Album

One of the most popular items that I sell are my session albums.  They allow my clients the opportunity to get a large variety of photographs of their pets without taking up all of the wall space in their homes.  Here is an album I prepared for Matilda (Rainbow Lory), Clementine (Sun Conure), Baby (African Grey Parrot), and Derby (Derbyan Parakeet) - my favourite bird family.  Be sure to hit the ‘fullscreen’ icon to get the best view.  I’ll try to remember to post some pictures of the actual album once it has been printed.  The real version looks even better!

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New website and blog

I’m thrilled to present to you the brand new Jason KB Photo website and blog.  My old website and blog served me well, but I felt it was time to change for a number of reasons.  The primary reason was that I wanted to better integrate my blog into my website.  Now people navigating to my website can see what I have been up to without jumping off to a separate blog page.  The new site is also better integrated with Facebook and Twitter, focuses more on my pet photography, and is much easier for me to update.  It’s also easier for people to comment on blog posts, so hopefully the site will become more interactive.

Please check things out and let me know what you think.  Your feedback is very appreciated.

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