Liz Gregg is one of the skilled photographers who have collaborated with a number of celebrities. However, with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the creative industry to which photographers belong has become one of the most severely affected. As a result, Liz had to use her creativity to deal with the economic collapse. This is when she engaged in one of her favorite projects, which included dogs.
Aside from being a recognized photographer, Liz also loves dogs. She said that she enjoys having dogs in her art because of their good manners.
For most photographers like Liz, dogs are one of the cutest subjects to photograph. This is because all dogs are naturally photogenic and take less effort to be adorable.
Liz’s livelihood was negatively impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak. This is why she decided to redirect her energy into creative activities, such as doing multiple photoshoots with dogs. Recently, the photographer took images of dogs that were smiling.
According to Liz, she had been doing this photo shoot in an effort to facilitate the adoption of these canines. Since the majority of the dogs she photographs are rescue dogs, Liz wants to help them get attention. Liz’s artworks have the potential to encourage many individuals to adopt these animals that need forever homes.
For this project, Liz worked with company Sony and the All Dogs Matter organization. All Dogs Matter is a London-based organization dedicated to rehoming shelter dogs. The theme of the project is happy dogs, and Liz was able to capture amusing images of canines displaying their happiest expressions.
According to a survey conducted by All Dogs Matter, dog adoption surged substantially during the community lockdowns. This is why they used this opportunity to inform the public that some rescue dogs are seeking new homes.
Source: USA TODAY