Professional Pet Portraits-Melbourne 3000


Whenever I photograph a rescue dog I always try to get a really good portrait shot,one where the eyes are in full focus.Its so important in any pet photography to make sure the eyes are clear. This includes removing any goobies from the eyes otherwise known as sleep ,saves time in post processing .In all my sessions I include more than one close up where the dogs head fills the frame .Its one of my favourite images and looks brilliant blown up to huge proportions and mounted on a wall.My personal choice is always framed rather than a canvas,although yet to try the new acrylic prints.A black and white image in a good black frame looks outstanding in any decor.