Inside Edition interviews pet photographer Jesse Freidin in Los Angeles about the importance of photographing senior dogs, as well as terminally ill and dying dogs.
Regis Philbin and Kelly Ripa discuss Jesse Freidin’s celebrated Doggie Gaga Project on Live! with Regis and Kelly (originally aired 2010).
Get to know the photographer in this video made by local film maker Eva Moss- we’ll take you behind the scenes of a Photography Session, inside Jesse’s San Francisco darkroom, and give you a personal look at what makes Jesse’s portraiture so emotional and unique.
Jesse Freidin helps local Bay Area shelters take better photographs of black adoptable dogs, on CBS 5 (aired 2012).
Jesse discusses a favorite black and white image, featuring a wonderful family of 2 cats and 3 dogs. Click the link to watch this video.
Jesse discusses a Polaroid dog portrait featuring Duke the pitbull – boxer – lab mix. Photographed with the Horseman 4×5 field camera with Polaroid pack film back, on Polaroid 669 instant film. Click the link to watch this video.
Jesse discusses a fun black and white pet photograph featuring a pack of Pomeranians, and the beauty of natural disorder. Click the link to watch this pet photography podcast video.
Jesse discusses Pitbulls as the original American family dog in this black and white pet photography video. Click the link to watch this video.
Jesse discusses natural lighting and the connection between photographer and subject in this black and white pet photography video. Click the link to watch this video.
Jesse discusses composition and the beauty of New York light in this black and white pet photography video. Click the link to watch this video.