Pet photography enthusiasts, are you following our Zoomies Pet Photography Workshop Facebook page? If you’re not you’ll be missing out on a wealth of valuable hints and tips – before and afters, Q&As, video tutorials and more. Some people seem to think that we use voodoo, but it’s really not that hard to make beautiful images, once you know how.

Here are some of the B&As that I shared. If you click on the photo (while viewing this post in a browser) it will open in Facebook and you can click on the arrows in the top right hand corner to view the image full screen.

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Do you find that when you photograph black dogs they end up looking more navy than black? See the comments on Facebook for a quick tutorial on how to remove colour casts using Adobe Photoshop.

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This last one is a different kind of before and after – it highlights how my style has evolved in the last few years. I might revisit this image in another three years, just to see where my journey has taken me!

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If you’d like to join us on our pet photography workshop in September there are still a couple of places left for the Brisbane one. Head on over to our website for full details .

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