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Another interesting portrait angle is “Up in the Air” that is where you are lower that the subject or the subject is higher than you. (take your pick of sayings but they both mean the same thing) This dog photography tip works best on smaller dogs or cats. Although it looks really cool for big [...]
I have a dirt pile in my backyard and my dog Candy loves digging in it, these are a buch of photos of her digging.
I got a very interesting comment on this photo on my NAPP portfolio; it said that you could see that there are brains behind the beauty in her face… I agree with that. What do you think? Please leave your opinion in the comment section of this post.
Of course, everyone wants to see the studio type photos of their dogs, I like taking those kinds of photos outside. This photo was staged, I laid Candy and Wolfe down beside each other, and then I laid down in front of them to get down on their level to make the angle of the [...]
My two dogs being lazy couch potatoes so I dressed them up as Rebels and took pictures of them.
I love taking photos of dog in and on cars & trucks and rusted out hulks. It gives the photo so much flavor and character, so naturally when my brother was restoring an old 78 Ford Bronco in our RV garage, I just had to set up a photo shoot. I did a post a [...]
I’m an outdoor dog photographer. Plain and simple, I love the outdoor lighting, I love the attitude outdoors, I love everything about outdoor photography. Now, that doesn’t mean I won’t photograph a dog indoors, I just prefer outdoors. Especially for portraits. Now, most portraits consist of dogs in front of sometimes cheesy backgrounds and sometimes [...]
If you don’t even crack a smile at this video, you have a heart of stone.
The other day I was out in the yard picture takin’ around and I saw these two flowers; one was bent over and the other was standing up tall. And I was, for some crazy reason, reminded of Life. And I remembered a saying said by someone whose name escapes me, “There are only two [...]
I did a post awhile back on dog photography tips for cats but since I’ve been getting more and more photos of my cat Buford lately, I decided to post a dog photography tips for cats. Tip #1. The cat has to be in a photographing mood. If you try to photograph a cat when [...]« Previous Entries