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Setting up a SMALL STUDIO for DOG PHOTOGRAPHY

Join Mark Cleghorn LIVE in Studio Two of The Photographer Academy as he teaches you how to setup a Dog Photography Studio within a Small Space. Today Mark is operating out of the second studio space that The Academy has to offer, a small space located just off of studio one to which is fully equipped for a full fledged photography session, from its coloured paper background reels, office setup for direct viewing & its viewing room reveal wall.

DOG PHOTOGRAPHY: 10+1 Dalmatians Studio Photoshoot

In this film, Mark Cleghorn introduces you to 10 + 1 Dalmatians in Studio. For today's session Mark sets up a three sided studio in attempt to capture as much as physically possible within the allotted time of 1 hour. When it comes to dog photography and especially puppies, Mark knows that they will get tired and tired quickly. This means that timing is essential in order for Mark to get through all of his setups and capture the amazing images he sets out to achieve.

Andy Biggar - The Dog Photographer - Picking The Right Location

Learn how to get started in Dog Photography. We meet up with Andy on location to scout the key types of areas he looks for to create his amazing dog photography. Andy walks round the location prior to shooting explaining what areas he is looking for to create the country look and feel that make his images stand out.


Andy Biggar - The Dog Photographer - Top Tips for Shooting Dogs

Whether you’re an established pro or just starting out, Andy’s top ten dog photography tips will help you capture stunning dog images and keep your clients happy, both with their session and the final results. From choosing the right equipment and location, to keeping the dog focused and protecting your gear and images, there’s something here for every level of photographer.

Andy Biggar - The Dog Photographer - What's in my Bag

We visit Andy at his home as he opens up his camera bag, to give us a rundown of the gear he uses to capture his amazing images. Before getting to the kit, Andy explains the importance of protecting yourself as well as your equipment, as he spends most of his time lying on the ground to capture the dogs at their level. Nothing ruins your shoot like being cold and wet, and it can really affect your photography.

All Creatures Great and Small

You get to see Mark completely out of his comfort zone shooting something different in the studio, although he starts out just like photographing a child it some becomes apparent he has to change style for the second pet.

At the end of the film there is also a short slide show of images taken as well as an interview on a reflection of the session and the pressure.



Shooting Puppies with Paul Walker

In this film PT4U Master Pet photographer Paul Walker is shooting 2 puppies on location at the clients home and gardens.

Paul has become an authority in the world of pet photography as well as an accomplished author and a world wide lecturer but more importantly he is an active photographer not just talking about it but still photographing the wonderful world of pets.

Paul Walker Shoots Ellie The Spaniel

Paul has become an authority in the world of pet photography as well as an accomplished author and a world wide lecturer but more importantly he is an active photographer not just talking about it but still photographing the wonderful world of pets. You get to see how Paul sets up the shots as well as controls the session, this time Paul is working alone, without the handler.

Paul Walker Shooting An Old Dog

You get to see how Paul sets up the shots as well as seeing how Paul controls the session and takes his time and works to the pace of the dog.

Paul Walker Shoots 3 Dogs and a 1 Eyed Cat

You get to see how Paul sets up the shots as well as controls the session, the owner and the dogs to get the shot.

Paul Walker - Smokey The Cat

In this film Paul is shooting Smoky a Burmese cat. You get to see how Paul sets up the shots as well as controls the session and the problems that you come across when shooting cats and how to work around them to ensure you get the shots need for the client.

Paul Walker - Shooting Siamese

Paul allows works with a handler close by just so if can concentrate on being the photographer and not getting the cat to do something and missing the shot. The animal is always going to follow the owners lead as they have trust and a relationship together and this is key to remember.


Paul Walker - Shooting Maine Coon Cats

In this film Paul is shooting two Maine coon cats Toeto and Tiffany in there natural environments. Paul initially looks around the house for locations that have the best light and overall scene within the image, but not forgetting the communication from the owner knowing where the cats love to be.


Paul Walker - Horse At Liberty

This time Paul is working alone, without the handler so the shoot is going to be very difficult as shooting horses at liberty in their own environment without the handler. You get to see how Paul sets up the shots as well as controlling the session but safety is first with any animal and usually you should always do a shoot with a handler and find out what the animals temperament.



Paul Walker - Highland And Exmoor Ponies Part 1

Paul's working with the handler in this shoot and some of these ponies are very rare and Paul wants to capture their personality with the shot as well as their structures and features. You get to see how Paul sets up the shots as well as controlling the session but safety is first with any animal and finding out what the animals temperament is like towards strangers is key when shooting.


Paul Walker - Highland And Exmoor Ponies Part 2

Paul's working with the handler in this shoot and some of these ponies are very rare and Paul wants to capture their personality with the shot as well as their structures and features. You get to see how Paul sets up the shots as well as controlling the session but safety is first with any animal and finding out what the animals temperament is like towards strangers is key when shooting.


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