personality Tag

Tip of the Day – Capture Expression

I can’t emphasis enough how important capturing expression is in dog photography! Expression is what sets your work apart and makes your images engaging, interesting and storytelling - rather than just a photo of a...

Tip of the Day – Include Something Memorable

When shooting for a client, include favourite toys if they play a big part in the dog’s life! Photos like these are fun to look back on and jog happy memories in years to come....

Tip of the Day – Expression in Silhouettes

Use body language and posture to tell a story when shooting silhouettes. Capture a nice clear outline of your subject - side on to you is often the best way to do this. Without seeing...

Tip of the Day – Capture Expression in Adoptables

When taking photos of adoptable dogs looking for new homes, go the extra mile to try and capture some personality and create an emotional connection. Your images will stand out above all the regular standard...

Tip of the Day – Blind Shooting

Want to create some dynamic, fun action shots? Try shooting blind! Shooting blind is a term commonly used to refer to shooting with a digital SLR without looking through the viewfinder. It’s especially handy when...

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