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Episode #9 of Keep Shooting! Monday we have a special guest!

Watch Pet Portrait Tips, Lens Calibration, Get Photos Right in Camera on YouTube

Gracie made her video debut today as my special guest for a series on pet portraits. I give you a few tips on shooting dogs and other pets, especially puppies. I also answered questions about whether or not to calibrate your lens and body together and how to judge the quality of a print. Keep shooting!

Links from today's video: Post your Keep Shooting! Photography Assignment photos on Pets here, Getting it right in camera on Petapixel


Duplicate Assignment Winners

Gin and WineGin and Wine by Mark, #1 IMG_9161Portrait by Mark, #2

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0 # Mark 2013-03-04 10:47
Hey, Greg, thanks for addressing the right-out-of-ca mera topic. Sure there are sometimes when a photo should be pure, such as, maybe, an athletic moment; but there are other times, like a bridal portrait or a baby's first touch, when a little artist license can help convey the drama of the moment. I feel it is important for us photographers to be selective in what we show to the world, and if that means a little editing, then so be it.
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0 # Cheryl 2013-03-04 16:56
Where do you send in photos?
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0 # Gregory Cazillo 2013-03-06 11:09
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0 # Mark 2013-03-12 17:17
Today on keep shooting Monday's, I have a special guest. Pull yourself together Greg! Who knew such a simple line would crack someone up so much!

As always Greg thanks for the great video and in this case the few good laughs along the way. Keep them coming.
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