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Oct 04, 2009 02:02 |  #1

Did these yesterday. My dog Jack :) I`ve got plenty of high key style shots but I like these better.

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2 A snooted a gelled background.
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Oct 04, 2009 02:56 |  #2

#1 works for me :)
lovely dog.




  
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Oct 04, 2009 03:03 |  #3

Perhaps a ittle too dark, but very good!

(Just my spur-of-the-moment thoughts).


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Oct 04, 2009 03:25 |  #4

Thanks for the comments.
It was meant to be dark ;)


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Oct 04, 2009 04:03 |  #5

Great shots, I have a similar coloured miniature Jack Russell too, awesome dogs!


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Oct 04, 2009 05:51 |  #6

Like #3 the best as it's the only one that I can see all the detail of the dog as they're quite dark. Saying that my screen is rubbish so would be clearer on another one I'm sure.




  
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Oct 04, 2009 06:39 |  #7

Beautiful portraits! Are you using paper or fabric backdrops? Are you using 1 light or
speedlight? What is the light reflected off? Very interested in this type of photography!
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Oct 04, 2009 07:28 as a reply to  @ crazydays's post |  #8

A natural model, better start paying him union scale! Great shots!




  
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Oct 04, 2009 08:32 |  #9

crazydays wrote in post #8757232 (external link)
Beautiful portraits! Are you using paper or fabric backdrops? Are you using 1 light or
speedlight? What is the light reflected off? Very interested in this type of photography!
Thank you


I use paper backdrops. This one was actually a chocolate brown one but by controlling the spill and keeping the subject as far from the backdrop as possible I made sure it was black.
The dog was sat on black card.
I use elinchrom lights in the studio. Only one for this shots (except for the snooted red background light in one of the shots) with a small softbox about 18 inches to the side of the dog.

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Oct 04, 2009 09:11 |  #10

Thx Tony!




  
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Oct 04, 2009 09:36 |  #11

Great shots. Your pup appears very photogenic and well-behaved. Thanks for sharing.


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Oct 04, 2009 11:59 |  #12

Very cute, nice work


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Oct 05, 2009 04:29 |  #13

These are gorgeous shots!




  
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Oct 05, 2009 05:04 |  #14

Great shots love number 1, my JR is 15 and has lost her mind lol


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