Client calls my wife last week: “Love the pics, but the dogs got a boner.”
Oooops. Totally missed that one. No problem, we reopen the image in photoshop, simple clone, and poof….boner be gone!.Send the new version, cleaned up and boner free to the lab.
I always like including the family dog in our family portraits. We encourage everyone to bring them along. They are valued members of the family.
Sometimes, depending on the gender and the angle, certain body parts reveal themselves. No problem, we can “fix it in post.”
Unless we miss it. Still, no problem, we’ll redo and make sure the client is happy. No one wants a family portrait with an excited pooch.
When it comes to photographing dogs, there’s no one better than Margaret Bryant. She knows dogs, knows how to photograph them and has built a successful business on this niche.
A few years ago she presented a four part series. And it’s good. Very, very good.
Yours in success and in photography,