Ruffed Grouse Magazine Feature

Bird dogs are my favorite subject – and I am honored to be the featured photographer for Ruffed Grouse Magazine for their Summer 2015 issue. There is a preview on their site:  Ruffed Grouse Society, medicine and here are a few of my picks as well (some are in the magazine, and some are not).

Storytelling about dogs and their humans – best job ever!  For more information about booking a session just shoot me an email at hannah@stonehousephoto.com. And a huge thanks to my clients who let me make their dogs famous ;).  sporting dog photographer_0000 sporting dog photographer_0001 Grouse hunting in wisconsin sporting dog photographer_0002 sporting dog photographer_0003

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3 Comments

3 Comments on Ruffed Grouse Magazine Feature

  1. Dean
    May 14, 2015 at 8:15 am (3 years ago)

    Hannah:
    Thanks for the great photos and update on your trip.

    The photos shown are just like painting. You show love in all your photos and somehow capture the “soul” of those beautiful animals.

    Best wishes on your upcoming trip.

    Warm regards,

    – Dean

  2. Alison Durell
    May 14, 2015 at 12:30 pm (3 years ago)

    Hannah,
    What an honor for you to be featured in Ruffled Grouse magazine! I enjoyed the preview link you provided.

    As always the photos are stunning, beautiful forest images that one feels they are walking into the picture. These hunting dogs are magnificent beauties; so camouflaged with their surroundings. That one is so much like a Beverly Doolittle painting… you often post that one!!
    Be safe while out their with the hunters and their dogs.

  3. Mary
    May 14, 2015 at 3:36 pm (3 years ago)

    I so agree with Alison, if it was not of the white tail, the Setter would be hidden like Bev Doolittle’s works. Beautiful colors and there is nothing like a Shorthair pointing 🙂
    Congratulations for being in the magazine!