DOTR Luis and Neos My name is Luis Vargas, I am from Mexico City, Mexico. I have been working for twenty-two years in the dog world as a handler, groomer and trainer. I met Grazia when she was still shown in conformation by Rachel Hosking who is her breeder and owner. The first time I…

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We decided close to the 11th hour for photographers from the US would not make the trip to Europe because of the current situation that has blanketed the world. Originally we had asked a junior photographer to come along and photograph with us but in the end our not going meant we had no one…

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Oftentimes we set a plan in motion and it just doesn’t work out. Timing is everything. This year we were meant to be in Birmingham England at the NEC for CRUFTS. Instead one of new photographers went to cover there and I was here in New York. I looked to find what the closest dog…

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I would have ever thought while standing in the center of Times Square that an exciting start to the new year would unfold into where we are at now in April. If you were to go into the city now, especially Times Square what you would find is a ghost town. C-19 has scared the…

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There’s a nervous energy when we find out what we’re going to photograph. This year we applied for passes and waited to see if we would be granted the most important pass of the season. How do you explain what a paper pass means to any great event? Covering what we love most is the…

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I came home from a big show looking at thousands of images- THOUSANDS. I went to bed and was so overtired that I grabbed my phone and started to look at the images-not a good idea. My eyes were sore and I kept questioning myself on how to get through all of these new images…

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Montgomery County Kennel Club- Terrier Show Devon Dog Show &Hatboro Kennel Club Dog Show Present very difficult venues yet all three had some of the most spectacular dogs in the country present making this a photographers dream.

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Sometimes a break from photographing and working in the studio brings about changes we never foresee. This time it was The I expected that has brought about great changes. These images were taken over the past few months and now being gone through for the next project. Surprised at just how much we’re liking these.…

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It’s a little under twenty four hours after covering the Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade and I’m feeling happily tired after photographing a perfect event in the world of dogs. Going through 1500 images late into the night (which 90% are perfect) is yet another affirmation of how devoted we are to our dogs. I’ve…

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