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Back in 2017 at Barkjour (our out-of-this-world pet photography retreat in southern France), one of our attendees, Leslie, took some video ..read more
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I was recently asked how I got my Photoshop looking so “simple” when it came to the tabs on the right hand side. Like so many things in ..read more
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Silhouettes – I love them! Capturing and editing them is such a massive topic with so much to consider, but it’s all covered in ..read more
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Beautiful little Pippa was only 6 months old at the time of filming RealShoots Episode 10 and she was just soooo tiny! So tiny in fact, ..read more
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Ahh, Bunji – the action man! He much prefers ball chasing and Jaspah-herding to standing around posing in front of the camera, and made ..read more
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I’m usually all about expression and eye contact, but in some cases it’s nice to shoot images where the dog isn’t looking at the ..read more
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In 2018 at the annual Mally Muster fundraising event for Brisbane rescue group Shamroq (Siberian Husky and Alaskan Malamute Rescue of ..read more
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Ah, that elusive but all important group photo. I find that clients usually say “oh we really don’t mind if you don’t get a group ..read more
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When working with multiple dogs, I like to capture “matching” shots of each dog in similar spots, poses or angles. I feel these work ..read more
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