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Having fun with your dog in the snow is easy. Taking great pics of your pet while it rollicks and romps is so much harder! All the ..read more
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But why is snowfall such a momentous occasion for dogs?  If you’ve ever seen a dog at the snow, you’ll have seen first-hand the ..read more
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Want to know what’s so magical about being at the snow with your best furiend? As the saying goes, a picture tells a thousand words, so ..read more
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You have an epic idea for a photograph. You compose the scene, the dog tilts their head on cue, you take the picture…only to find your ..read more
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An adaptable camera like the Olympus OM-D E-M1 MkII is a great enabler. It allows to you capture stunning images using natural light alone ..read more
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Hands up if you have a photo of your dog asleep on the sofa? Or begging for a treat? Or running after the ball? Whilst these pictures are ..read more
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How often has your dog run towards you with their eyes popping with excitement, tongue out, ears flapping, and you’ve thought, “That ..read more
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We travel to create unique experiences and memories, so the best photos you can take are those that evoke that special experience. When ..read more
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Have you noticed the importance of shadows in photography? Take out those shades of grey-blue and you lose something in the photo itself ..read more
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