4 tips for better dog photos!
Hey guys, I did a thing!
As you may know, I have made a bit of a passion project out of teaching myself videography. Well, you are all going to now benefit as a direct result of this. I have decided to start producing some video tutorials to share some of the insights that I have learned in the past 20 years behind a camera. I will be talking about everything from basic to professional camera and lighting setups, tips that have helped me in my work as a dog and horse photographer, how I keep myself motivated, what I’ve learned in my four years as an entrepreneur and much, much more. I hope you will join me on this journey and perhaps find some inspiration of your own, maybe even teach me a thing or two!
If there is anything that you would ever like me to talk about, I would love to hear your comments here, or on any of my other social media platforms (link below). Please consider subscribing to my tiny baby of a youtube channel, or following me on my other platforms to stay up to date with my work and reach out and be a friend! Social media is meant to be a two-way street, so let’s chat.
For my first official video I take you guys through my workflow of photographing a portrait of my dog at home. See how I set my lights up, what adjustments I make and why, and how I narrow down my selections to a final edited piece.
Coming soon, “How to shoot using window lighting” and “How to use a 7-in-1 reflector”. Stick with me guys, it’s gonna be fun!
My camera: Nikon D700
My lens: Sigma 70-200 F2.8
My video camera: Canon M50
My audio mic: Rode Videomicro
My desktop mic: https://amzn.to/2v8WqrP
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