7 Ways to Unleash Variety in Your Dog Photography Sessions
With Charlotte Reeves and Craig Turner-Bullock
Do you feel that all your photos look the same?
You're shooting the same subject in the same location, and so of course all your photos will look the same, right?
In this presentation, you will learn some simple and effective ways of unlocking your creativity to create a wide range of different looks. Start wowing your clients with amazing variety captured in a single session.
If you're interested in learning techniques to bring a wider variety of looks to your sessions, this resource is for you!Buy Now
"Wow! This was such a helpful resource for giving my sessions an injection of creativity! Such useful, actionable, and simple ways of creating so much variety. Thank you!"
- Fiona Lovett
This video covers:
- Why it's important to create variety
- How creating variety and having a style can happily co-exist
- Using different lenses and focal lengths to create drastically different looks
- How to work with dogs to create different poses
- How you can use the light to create various looks
- How to work within the one location to create variety just by moving to different spots
- Why you should regularly switch up your framing
- How you can use compositional techniques (blog post) to enhance your work
- Are rules made to be broken?
- Some golden nuggets of advice to help keep you motivated and excited to learn and improve
- Tonnes of real-life dog photography session inspo taken directly from our experiences as long term professional pet photographers
50 minute video presented by Charlotte Reeves and Craig Turner-Bullock, with real-life example images
20-page downloadable PDF Companion Guide
42-page downloadable PDF Slide Deck
If you find it a challenge to capture a wide range of images that encapsulate the different aspects of a dog's personality in a single session, this educational video is guaranteed to give your creativity a push!
You'll be creating sets of images so diverse that owners will want to purchase not just one image, but every single one!