Our dog photography competitions are open to the whole world. Every year we launch the competition for the best dog photographer of the year!
Today, I'd like to introduce you to three animal photographers you should know. This long period of time has given me a lot to think about. To take time to breathe, to think and to look around. So during that time, I also decided to write this article to introduce...
This year was very strong in emotions, trips and meetings. I discovered what my universe was, what I wanted to say through my dog pictures.
I got to know Ria Putzker through social media and I have always admired her work. This year we decided to organize a dog photography workshop together for the first time. It was a very great experience!
When I started taking dog photos, I never thought of having my own dog. I think it's like everything, you have to feel ready. When I got 21, I decided to adopt a shelter dog. Yes, but why in a refuge? Here's the reason.
Two questions that I am often asked, by what means I managed to be a photographer but also why I chose this job in which I have flourished for almost 2 years!
Very often people ask me what equipment I use for my photo sessions with dogs, so I decided to write you a short article on everything that I can take with me during my sessions.
I have never seen such a devoted and motivated association for abandoned dogs and their adoption. It is therefore natural that I signed up to photograph the dogs of their refuge in Romania.
During a workshop you will have the opportunity to learn photography, here in a specific field: dog photography. It can be individual or groups. Whether you are an amateur or professional photographer, you can participate to a workshop.