A little fun with Tupper and some lights. Well…….fun for me. He wasn’t really interested tonight, so we kept it short.
In this previous post, I took some headshots of my dog Tupper. I tried some more today, this time using a second light to add some rim light to his head, and to help high light his fur a little more.
The original plan was to get a picture of my son Liam on the park bench. He was more interested in playing in the sand, so that’s when I grabbed Tupper.
I’ve been working a little more with my one light setup and my dog Tupper. This session was fairly easy for him. All he had to do was lie on the bed and listen to me whistle at him once in a while to get his attention back.
I’ve been working more with my off camera lighting lately. After a certain point, taking stills of my son’s toys gets old. For a real challenge, I thought I would try working with my 9 year old collie, Tupper. While you may think he is cooperating, a lot of the time isn’t. He’s good at staying in the general vacinity of the camera, but he won’t always keep the position you put him in, or look where you want him too. At least I can afford his modeling fee. A handful of treats is all he asks for.