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I've been asked to take a selection of photos of a friend's 2 dogs(that don't get on apparently),as a present for a relative.
Can anyone point me in the direction of a pet photographer who has a gallery online, so I can get some ideas, or does anyone have any helpful advice.
I was thinking of photographing them under studio conditions and cut+pasting them together, to avoid a fight. And then taking some shots out in the fields. Any advice gratefully received.
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You know you've really gone mads when you start talking to yourself. I've just found this on this website.Photographing pets.Quite useful!
Thanks for sorting out your own question Jude...lol
Two dogs that don't get on. Could be very tricky. Perhaps as you could take separate pictures of them with the same background & have two pictures in one frame using a double mount.
If they really don't get on, you could have real problems.
However, if they both live together with your friend, what does she do?
A lot of throwing of buckets of water too, no doubt!
Her Nut! Yep, I can see where you're coming from.
Best stick to two pictures.
"A lot of throwing of buckets of water too, no doubt!"
With loud sounds of "Oh, bucket", no doubt!!!
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