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Tip of the Day – Histogram highlights

Repeat this mantra after me - “White dogs should look white!”⠀ ⠀ Whenever I am photographing a white dog, I always aim to make them look properly white. So how do I achieve this?⠀ ⠀ I expose the image...

Tip of the Day – Composition

More on composition today. Pop quiz: which element of composition does this image predominantly use?...

Tip of the Day – Deaf and blind dogs

When working with deaf or blind (or both, in this case) dogs, it can be very challenging to obtain expression. Instead of defaulting to noises and visual cues, target other senses. Some may sense vibration...

Tip of the Day – Highlight Clipping

It can be really easy to accidentally "blow out" the highlights of white dogs in full sun. Blown out highlights result in no image data in the whitest parts of the image. To prevent this,...

Tip of the Day – Filter the Sun

When photographing white dogs with backlight, to avoid blowing out (overexposing) the furry edges with rim light coming through from behind, try to filter the sunshine through the foliage of trees or bushes, rather than...

Tip of the Day – Backlighting Fluffy White Dogs

White fluffy dogs are one of my favourite types of dogs to photograph! Rather than shooting in full sun, I love to backlight them - just as long as the sunshine is filtered through trees...

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