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5 tips to better pet photography

You love your pet, but when you look at the photos, your pet photography isn’t showing the same feeling you had when you took the photos. That’s very common because the camera doesn’t care as much as you do about the experience. It is just following the rules you set for it and trying to…

Using an On Camera Flash

Shooting pets outside in open areas can be a little tricky when the dogs won’t listen. I’m good at setting up off camera flashes or studio lights but it only works well in a small area. I decided I needed some practice and asked for some advise from a photo facebook group that I’m part…

Lighting the cat

  I posted this image on a Google Plus group called “On Taking Pictures” which is a postcast that I listen to every week. They started this google group as a way to get the community together and get some honest feedback about work.  I don’t post much there but I decided  to share because…

5 ways to shoot your pet

  People who love their pets love to take photos of them.  The trick though is taking a photo of your pet that will show off their personality and is also a beautiful photograph that you’d be proud to put on your wall. That isn’t so easy and one of the reasons you higher a…

5 tips to better pet photos

When photographing your four legged family, it can be difficult to get them to look at the camera and smile.  I thought you’d like to have a few pointers when trying to get the best shots.   We are often looking down on our pets just because they have the advantage of moving on 4…