Monthly Archives: April 2011

Flickr Friday / Stop Action

by Flickr Member Tiffany Gill So what did the photographer do right? The photographer filled the frame with her subject to create a beautiful composition. Lighting the horse from the side really shows the definition of the animals muscles. Using … Continue reading

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Dogs Of Central Park Book Signing 4/28

I just stumbled across a great blog post about a local Texas gal that has created a new dog photography book called the Dogs Of Central Park. Fran Reisner’s new book showcases her lovely photography of pups at play in … Continue reading

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Secrets to Perfect Pet Photos

A friend of mine found this article in the New York Times and thought I might be able to use this information for my blog. What wonderful tips and I’m so happy to be able to share them with you. … Continue reading

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Rockwall Dog Park Opening May 7th

I’m so excited to have a new dog park in DFW. May 7th, mark your calendar. Dog Park Grand Opening! Where: Harry Myers Park 815 East Washington St. Rockwall, TX 75087 When: Saturday, May 7, 2011 at 10:00am Ribbon Cutting … Continue reading

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Flickr Friday / Animals in Motion

by Flickr Member Andrew Morrell So what did the photographer do right? Used a technique called panning to show motion and still keep the focus on Alex’s face The colors really jump out at you in this image The lack … Continue reading

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What is Depth of Field?

Depth of Field (DOF) can be a bugger to understand. DOF could more accurately be called depth of FOCUS since it refers to the area of the image that is sharp. There is shallow DOF where the foreground and background … Continue reading

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Flickr Friday / Water Dogs

by Flickr Member Julie Falk So what did the photographer do right? The stop action of the water really brings your eye right to Lucy’s tongue. I love the composition, it gives the image depth Using depth of field (DOF) … Continue reading

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