Tag Archives: Portrait
Making an animal comfortable is so important and one of the best ways to do that is shooting them at home. I know I always feel more safe and secure in my home environment.
Back in the days of 35mm film there was a saying that every pro photographer would spout: “Film is cheap so shoot til you get it.” Well film is more than cheap now, it’s free. Let me rephrase that, digital … Continue reading
This is just fun and creative. Plus, I can’t stop dancing in my chair.
I shot this image first. What a cute little dog face. But once I really looked at the scene in front of me the whole context of the image changed. Way more cute and funny now that I paid attention … Continue reading
by Susan Tweatt How did she get this shot. It’s not just the background that is out of focus but even parts of Molly are fuzzy, no that’s not her fur. This effect can be done in Photoshop but not … Continue reading
Shoot Close Up For Impact
Yes, sometimes it takes all these techniques and then some.
Well that all depends. When I go to the zoo or the aquarium I’m very happy that the snakes are behind glass and always excited to watch the fish. When it becomes your enemy is when you are shooting the … Continue reading
We all need a lift to start off the week. photo by Robyn Slagle I love this image, not just because it’s my boy Jasper but it’s a great shot. Not only did she get dirty, she managed to shoot … Continue reading
This video gives some nice tips on taking better pet pictures. capture personality change shooting modes shoot close up using an assistant