At any given time, photos like this appear in my camera. Often they are test shots to see how certain lighting set ups work with certain animals. I am sure pet owners sometimes have no idea what I must be thinking. But wait. Let me explain.
40 Photos A Day
I really AM thinking.
There was a time in my early photography life, when I took at least 40 photos a day.
Every night I'd upload them, examine them, see what I liked, what I didn't like, and throw all but maybe two into the Recycle Bin. My trash ate up photos like a starving artist. But my eye for detail got better.
While training myself to pay attention to details, I embarked on a photographic educational journey. The journey helped me gain confidence in my decisions and choices when it comes to my photography work.
Originally, I spent countless hours teaching myself Photoshop. Later I added coursework that helped me to utilize all the intricacies of the program.
Working with animals.
Choosing proper lenses.
These are just some of the things that are now a part of my everyday process, and were a part of that educational journey.
It's why YOU CAN SEE the difference when you choose a professional photographer.
Me? What do I see?
I am looking forward to the very wise critique of my images, and seeing everyone after a long hiatus, due to COVID safety concerns.
Click Into the Circle
I am part of a weekly blogging group of professional pet photographers located all over the planet. To see what others have blogged about in this week's topic "what I see vs what you see," start the blog circle with Angela Schneider of Big White Dog Photography in Spokane, WA, turning random, generic rocks into great dog photos.
Have a great weekend!