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Pet Photography Project 52, Week 41: High Contrast Dog Photography

Today is Friday the 13th, but if you’ve ever wondered how to incorporate high contrast techniques into dog photography, it’s your lucky day! High contrast is the theme for week 41 of the Pet Photography 52 Week project blog circle. According to the article, “How to Get Great Contrast in Photography,” by David Roos, “A Read More

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Pet Photography Project 52, Week 40: Orange You Glad It’s Fall

Orange you glad it’s fall? I am! C’mon, you know I can’t pass up an opportunity for a pun, especially when this week’s Pet Photography Project 52 theme was orange! Autumn in Pittsburgh has arrived significantly earlier than in past years. I’m keeping my fingers crossed that the beautiful fall foliage hangs around for just  Read More

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Pet Photography Project 52, Week 38: The Eyes Have It

“When I look into the eyes of an animal, I do not see an animal. I see a living being. I see a friend. I feel a soul,” said Anthony Douglas Williams. Pet photographers, particularly, know how true this statement is. When it comes to capturing the heart and soul of any animal, the eyes Read More

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Pet Photography Project 52, Week 46: Aspect Ratio

Photography, like life, isn’t always beautiful and perfectly composed. Some days we may struggle to find the light in times of darkness, to see the big picture, to nail the focus, or to create balance. Some days we may feel blah, confused, adrift, or dejected. Some days we may need a reminder to keep our Read More