Rabid: Are you crazy about your dog, or just crazy?

Check out the book Rabid: Are you crazy about your dog, or just crazy. Pawsome Pet Photography’s picture of Buster the Grouch appears on page 37. Purchase your own copy of ...

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Pawsome Pet Photography on Huffington Post

Several of my photos have appeared on Huffington Post, check out the below links: Human Food Trends Giant dog craziness...

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Howl-o-ween

Take some photos of your pooch in their favourite costumes for Howl-o-ween. Buster is giving his best Batman impression. Hollywood can’t decide if he make a better Superman, or Batman....

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Photo tip # 4 (Get down to dog level)

Photo tip: This is the most important tip I have! Get down to dog level whenever possible. It makes the photo that much more interesting and...

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Mississauga Humane Society Petfest and Walk-A-Thon

On Saturday September 15th, 2012, come out and join Pawsome Pet Photography in raising funds for the Mississauga Humane Society. Location is Erindale Park. 1695 Dundas St (East of Mississauga Rd.) The event is from 11AM until 3PM in which I will be doing photographs for a $10 donation. You will receive a digital image via email, and this allows you to print as many as...

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Photo Tip #3 (Artificial Light)

When photographing indoors, consider the use of artificial lighting. This can be from a flash, lamp, flashlight etc. And think about the direction the light is pointing on your subject….off to the side, from on top – these will all change the mood of your photo....

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Photo Tip #2 (Lighting)

Photo tip: make the lighting work for you! Utilize different times of the day to add to your photo. Warm tones to the light in the morning or evening. And strong light/shadows during mid  day. Also consider adding one of your favourite dog sayings onto the...

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Photo Tip #1 (Anticipate)

Anticipate what you dog is going to do, and be ready to snap at that moment. If you know your dog reacts to another dog in a certain way, or if he licks his lips before you put some food down, or if his expression changes right before a yawn. Take this brief opportunity to bring your camera up, and get ready to push the shutter button!...

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