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About CourseLearn 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.
- Lesson 1: Introduction 01:53
- Lesson 2: Shy Dogs: Willie Nelson 16:02
- Lesson 3: High Energy: Colby 20:00
- Lesson 4: Multiple Dogs at Once 04:24
- Lesson 5: Puppy Time: Nelson 04:11
- Lesson 6: Exposure Challenge Part 1: Remington and Tucker 03:57
- Lesson 7: Exposure Challenge Part 2: Remington and Tucker 03:04
- Lesson 8: Recap 01:18
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Kaylee Greer is an internationally recognized private and commercial pet photographer. She is living out her dream through a camera lens in gorgeous Boston, Massachusetts. She's traveled the world teaching pet photography workshops and has seen her work published in many major industry editorial titles. Her images grace calendar lines, greeting cards, products, packaging and advertising campaigns throughout the commercial pet industry. Her photographic style is drawn directly from the inspiration she finds inside the soul of a dog. She is fueled by the joy, whimsy and unrelenting happiness that is so uniquely canine. Kaylee is known for her love of vibrant colors and unique process of capturing the comedy and character of dogs. Through her business, Dog Breath Photography, it is one of Kaylee's strongest passions to give a voice to the voiceless by volunteering her time to local shelters and photographing the abandoned and homeless animals who lie in wait for a second chance.