You want to create a fantastic picture of your pet. But, they won’t stand still! They won’t look at the camera! Their fur is too dark!
Animals can be a challenging subject. They don’t understand posing for the camera and are often more interested in getting on with their own day than interacting with a photographer. So, it takes a little effort to get great photos of your pets.
Here is what will be covered:
- What equipment do you need?
- Camera settings and being prepared
- Exposure tips for fur and the myths about black pets
- Tips and tricks for getting the best from your pets
Why is the choice of lens important?
What part of your pet should always be in focus?
What should you never crop out in a pet portrait?
Curious? We know you are…
Photo Credit: Jo Plumridge
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