Each week, a theme is provided to challenge a group of pet photographers to try something different. It is up to each photographer to interpret the theme and provide photographs showcasing it. Week 3 of the Pet Photography Project 52 challenge has a theme of "Natural Light".
I am primarily a natural light photographer, so most of my work is shot outside using only the available light. No Flash or external lights are used. Because I am at the mercy of the light produced by the sun, I try to time my shoots so that my subjects are never in direct sunlight since direct sunlight can be very harsh and produces photos that are not very attractive. That is not always possible or practical. In the following photos, the photos were indeed taken mid-day but the sun was blocked by clouds.
My subjects for these photos were Rosie, Birdie and Bogey. These three pups get along fantastically, often joining one another for hikes and snowshoe jaunts in the mountains of NH. Only Bogey (the Aussie) likes to pose for the camera. The other two require lots of prodding and lots of tasty treats.
To see what other photographers did with this challenge, head on over to see Jodie Pholl from Pawtrait (serving Ipswich Australia) to see her example of the "Natural Light" challenge.
Gorgeous photos of pups having a wonderful time in the snow!
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