Wet Nose has an eye for phodography
How this local boutique business captures memories and hearts.
Cassie Latta-Johnson is living the dream: using her sharp-shootin’ photography skills to snap gorgeous portraits of Halifax’s canine companions. For the last three years LattaJohnson’s company, Wet Nose Images, has been building a pup-folio of dandy doggos; filling up its heckin’ cute Instagram with great photos of the city’s best good boys. Latta-Johnson recently spoke with The Coast about Wet Nose, assistant Ruby and the secret to a great dog photo. Cassie Latta-Johnson: Well I’ve been into photography for a long time. Probably about 10 years ago I realized that dog photographer was actually a career that one could have, but it seemed like a crazy pipe-dream that was just fantasy. Maybe about five years ago I decided to really try to make it happen. I went to NSCC for photography as well, just to get a good solid base to what I had already learned on my own. Then I went into business when I was ready. Absolutely.
I feel like I get along better with dogs than I do with people. Dogs also aren’t self-conscious, so they’re a lot easier to photograph. They’re just happy to be there.
That’s true, but I don’t think it’s the same as worrying about having a