It’s been a while since I put fingers to keyboard as it were so time to remedy that with a short dog photography post.
Although we have done sessions involving dogs before they have been outside in natural light. We wanted to learn more about using artificial light with dogs.
So it was that we travelled to Sussex to spend a day with well known dog photographer Linda Johnstone to learn more about it.
After a session learning about the technical side of indoor sessions and the necessary equipment to use we travelled to meet our subjects for the afternoon.
Sarah has three Rhodesian Ridgebacks who are very happy to pose for the camera. After Linda had set up the background and lights we took some images of the dogs.
Getting decent images of one dog was easy enough but when it comes to getting 2 or 3 to pose together it is a little more difficult.
Kev’s duck call came in handy as a different sound to attract the dogs’ attention.
After a change to the background we managed a few more images to the collection before all too soon it was time to head home.
After this we are looking forward to doing some dog photography sessions at clients homes over the winter.
If any of our readers are interested in a session for their dog, at home or on location please get in touch via the CONTACT PAGE , by phone on 0121 663 0442 or email we are based in the Kings Norton area of Birmingham