July 2018

Tip of the Day – The group shot

Ah, that elusive but all important group photo. I find that clients usually say “oh we really don’t mind if you don’t get a group shot, it would be impossible surely!” but secretly a group...

Tip of the Day – Instinctual captures

When working with multiple dogs, I like to capture “matching” shots of each dog in similar spots, poses or angles. I feel these work well if the owner is putting together wall art or albums....

Tip of the Day – Remove distractions

Another tip for working with multiple dogs today. I know this photo is of just one dog - the beautiful Jaspah. But that’s because the other dogs were being held on-lead away from Jaspah while...

Tip of the Day – A versatile lens

When working up close with dogs during a multiple dog session, and the dogs are different sizes, which lens is the best to choose so you aren’t constantly switching? I find the focal length range of...

Tip of the Day – Multi dog action

Action shots of dogs can be tricky at the best of times, but when you have multiple subjects, it compounds all those difficulties drastically. Which dog do you focus on? How do you get them...

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