Kaylee Greer is an internationally recognized pet photographer and owner of Dog Breath Photography. She is known for her love of vibrant colors and capturing the comedy and character of dogs. Her images grace calendars, greeting cards, products, packaging, and advertising campaigns throughout the commercial pet industry. In her spare time, she volunteers at local shelters, photographing the animals in need of a second chance.
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Learn how to overcome challenging situations in dog photography! Join Kaylee Greer as she shares her tips and techniques for dealing with a variety of canine personality types. From wild untamed puppies to shy rescues, you’ll see how Kaylee sets up the situation, how she interacts with the subjects (and their human companions) to get those impactful pet portraits that clients love. Kaylee also demonstrates how to deal with doggie group photos and the exposure challenges that can come with combinations of light and dark colored dogs. Each lesson is a real world scenario on location, and Kaylee talks through the approach she takes every step of the way.
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Join Mia McCormick and Kaylee Greer as they sit down to discuss Kaylee's fast and fabulous rise as a commercial pet photographer. Kaylee's passion for dogs is contagious, and her energy, love, and compassion for dogs just radiates from her work. Her unique approach to dog photography has resulted in growing list of commercial clients and her pet portrait calendar is booked out a year in advance. Over the course of this hour Mia and Kaylee discuss how she got her start, where she gets her inspiration (hint, the dogs), how she creates much of her signature look in-camera, and so much more!
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with Kaylee Greer
Time to let the dogs out! Join the fabulous Kaylee Greer, a private and commercial pet photographer based in Boston, as she shows you how to capture the best dog photographs you've ever taken. In this class Kaylee works with four different dogs in different locations, ranging from the local park to the local animal shelter, and shows you her tips and tricks for engaging with her subjects to bring out their unique personalities and create portraits their owners will love, or that can help a shelter dog find a forever home. The locations and lighting are not always ideal, so Kaylee teaches you how she works with whatever situation she finds herself in to locate those hidden gem spots that provide the perfect backdrop for your dog. You'll need to be prepared to get down on the ground and make silly noises, but the effort will show in the fantastic photos you can create.