The first picture Zoltan Kecskes ever took of a dog not only lead him towards an award-winning path in dog photography, it changed his personal life too.
The UK-based photographer stumbled into dog portrait photography when he was asked to take a photo of an American Staffordshire puppy by a woman named Agnes back in 2013. Not only did he fall in love with dog photography through the experience, he fell in love with Agnes too. The pair are married now and have two dogs – Alfie (the Staffie puppy) and Beau.
Since then, photographing dogs has been part of his portfolio. Although wedding and portrait photography are still his primary focus, taking dog portraits is something he thoroughly enjoys and always makes time for.
One of his photos recently won second prize in the Kennel Club’s Dog Photographer of the Year 2019 competition under the “Dogs at Play” category.
Zoltan shared his latest series of dog portraits, which focuses on dogs enjoying the Autumn season, with Reshareworthy.com. For Zoltan, photographing dogs in the autumn months is especially rewarding because of the beautiful colors in the surroundings.