Hi everyone, since I am a Dreamstimer I submitted a lot of my dog photography with tips on how to take decent shots on non cooperative models such as dogs... and I have to say, each refusal note was teaching me to perform better shots me too...
This was one of my first, but on adult dogs it's easier: they're teached to stay and more collaborative. With puppies it's a real nightmare!
If they stay, then you have a lie-down image that is not more different from a million similar ones, but if you learn on how to surprise them with your camera, results can be exciting:
And refusal after refusal, you learn also how to transmit action in your pictures, just like they're moving with the dog inside:
Take refusal suggestions as guidelines to perform better and better pictures: now I look more on focus, exposure, composition rules and message of the picture I take. And quality of pictures increases with stock experience.
Love the puppy shots!
It's just my love for them... thank you!
Hello, Debora Teresa! Your dog photos are just adorable, cannot take my eyes of them!!! Keep going! Good luck! Catherine