Pet Photography RSS
Many different animals have joined us as loved pets. They present their own photography challenges. We can gather vibrant photos of these animals to create fine wall art and capture memories.
Dark colored and older pets often look good in black and white. Removing the distraction of color allows the character of the individual to shine through. Creative lighting can be used to create memorable art that looks good on any wall.
Unlike headshots of people which are often used to represent or identify the person in documents or online, headshots of pets are often taken as a form of art. As art, it is incumbent on the picture to capture and accurately present the animal's character.
There are three non-technical steps that need to be addressed if you want to get a picture of your pet that moves beyond the quick snapshot. They are not easy to accomplish but the results that you will achieve make it worth while. Let's jump right in. 1. Remove Stress Some pets are naturals in front of a camera while others become deeply stressed when asked to be a model. This might be caused by the introduction of a new person in the form of a photographer, the presence of camera equipment, or the process of posing for a...