Pet Photography Project 52, Week 48: Tips for Capturing Emotion in Dog Photography

William Eugene Smith posed the question, “What use is having a great depth of field, if there is not an adequate depth of feeling?” Emotion is essential for an effective Read More

Pet Photography Project 52, Week 42: Colorful Composite

When I find myself struggling creatively with the week’s theme for the Pet Photography Project 52 blog circle, I almost always find myself coming back to composites. A composite is Read More

Pet Photography Project 52, Week 24: Backlighting

As I sit here writing this week’s Pet Photography Project 52 blog post, there’s practically a full-blown monsoon going on outside my window. Torrential rain, ripping winds, rumbling thunder, dark Read More

Pet Photography Project 52, Week 22: Colorful

As photographers, we are constantly searching:  for light, angles, texture, shapes, space, lines, patterns, and color. Often, we must create those elements; some days, they are so pronounced that picture-perfect photo Read More