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You’ve made images – now what? A photo on a memory card is just the beginning. Learn how to handle color casts, leash removal, head swaps, and beautiful toning – all using Adobe software. Binge on free tutorials below!
Comprehensive guides to natural light dog photography. Fetching Photos and Dog Shots have been retired and will be replaced with a brand new, ultimate guide to natural light on-location pet photography soon.
Live videos of real-life pet photography sessions. Learn to run an entire shoot seamlessly, capture all aspects of a dog’s personality while managing their energy and keeping the owner happy.
Through her Brisbane-based business, Charlotte Reeves Photography, Charlotte has fearlessly photographed over a thousand dogs since 2007. She has coaxed gorgeous images from hyper staffys to reluctant retrievers, helping many rescue dogs along the way.
Charlotte was recently awarded the 2018 AIPP Queensland Epson Pet/Animal Photographer of the Year.
Addicted to creating lightbulb moments for students, Charlotte has been teaching pet photographers since 2013. She relishes simplifying tricky concepts, and helping people achieve their goals by making the learning fun, practical, and positive.
Want to work 1:1 with Charlotte, but can’t get to Australia? Connecting face to face online is the next best thing. Charlotte offers specially designed packages, ranging from portfolio review to editing, to give you personalised tutoring and assistance with your pet photography.
Do you learn most effectively by doing? One-on-one pet photography mentoring adds jet fuel to your self-study – speeding up progress, taking you farther. As an experienced teacher, Charlotte Reeves can answer every little question, demonstrate, and correct things that are getting in your way.
All-inclusive pet photography retreats. What could be better than being surrounded by likeminded pet loving photographers, staying in luxurious accommodations in exotic locations, all catered by your private chef? How about being taught by the world’s best pet photographers?
Flying ears, flapping tongues and crazy eyes. Action photos of dogs are often hilarious and always incredibly popular, but not always the easiest to capture. These tips should help you on your way to creating fun shots that will wow your clients.
Taking your photography up a notch means understanding and using some common, but often overlooked, elements of composition. Ranging from the classic rule of thirds to the more obscure, here's a complete tour!