Dog Portraitist

Davis, Kathleen
July 2011
Popular Photography;Jul2011, Vol. 75 Issue 7, p24
An interview with Canadian author and photographer Illona Haus is presented. According to Haus, her interest in photographing dogs is fueled by her love for these pets. She reveals that she had adopted or rescued a number of dogs. She recounts the start of her Scruffy Dog Photography business and how she taught herself digital photography. Haus also reveals that her shoots usually involve various locations, with each shoot lasting an average of three hours.


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