Don't you hate it when the shot with the best expression of your doggy subject also has the worst framing?
Have you ever been so focused on catching the dog’s attention (so you can get that all-important awesome expression) that you've completely missed the mark on the framing?
The good news is, if you’ve been taking a bunch of photos in close succession with slightly different framing, you can use the technique in this tutorial to save the day, with a little help from one very handy feature of Photoshop.
With an expanded master file to work with, it also gives you the flexibility to crop nicely for various uses - like square for Instagram. Win, win!
Instructor: Charlotte Reeves
Video length: 18 minutes
Software: Lightroom and Photoshop
Skill level: Beginner
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Charlotte is an award-winning Australian pet photographer based in Brisbane. Addicted to creating lightbulb moments for students, Charlotte has been teaching pet photographers since 2013. She relishes simplifying tricky concepts, and helping people achieve their goals by making the learning fun, practical, and positive.Meet Charlotte
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