New Tip of the Day Series – Creating variety in your pet photography sessions

New Tip of the Day Series – Creating variety in your pet photography sessions

There’s a rather large part of me that loves the idea of order, and themes, and neat little boxes to put things into. Maybe it’s my inner perfectionist taking over or maybe I am just a little OCD!

Rather than sharing random tips every day on my Instagram Tip of the Day, I’ll be posting a neat little series each week.

One of the things I get asked all the time, is how to create a wide variety of different types of shots in a pet photography session. It’s easy to fall into the habit of shooting the same set of shots at every session – your safe, easy, “go-to” shots that keep you nicely entrenched in that cosy comfort zone of yours.

Pushing yourself creatively and technically helps you break the boundaries of your safe creative bubble.

I’m going to help you bust out and craft something truly unique!

Over the coming weeks, I’m going to be taking you on a journey back through some of my favourite pet photography sessions, showing a variety of images from each to demonstrate how you can work with the subject to create a unique set of images. There’ll be a special focus on working with light, using the features of the location and getting expression from your subjects – I feel these are the three elements that work together to create amazing pet photos.

I know people are busy little bees and have their own lives going on. It’s easy to miss things like Instagram posts and blog posts. If it’s something you’re keen to see, I don’t want you to miss any of my awesome tips, so I’ve added a new feature!

You can now subscribe via email to my the Tips of the Day, or if you would prefer to get one weekly email with a digest of all tips posted during the week, you have that option too. Think of it as your weekly dose of pet photography inspiration!

 

Subscribe below to receive daily pet photography tips to your email inbox!

  

  

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