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Brisbane Pet Photographer | HDR 52 week Project

Brisbane Pet Photographer | Pawtrait Purrfection

Brisbane Pet Photographer | Jodie Pholi | Pawtrait Purrfection

Hi, Everyone!

Welcome to my 52-week project Blog.
First of all. I am part of a Blog circle with some amazing Photographers from around the world. Each week we have a photography theme, week 12 is HDR.
HDR well I never have done HDR before as I didn't think it would suit pet photography. HDR is more suited to Landscapes, Buildings etc. It's been raining this week and I haven't had a chance to go out and photograph in HDR so I will be adding HDR to pictures I've already taken. I had planned on seeing what the difference is doing it in camera to doing it in photoshop but won't get a chance before Blog is due. I really have no idea about HDR so have used a preset which I didn't like any of them.

 

Please click on the link to see Kim's take on HDR  Kim with BARKography in Charlotte NC.

If you would like to book a session with Pawtrait Purrfection, please click on the link Book Session. Ipswich Pet Photographer- Brisbane Pet Photographer- Toowoomba Pet Photographer.

 

 

 

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Brisbane Pet Photographer | Ipswich Pet Photographer | Toowoomba Pet Photographer

Brisbane Pet Photographer, Jodie from Pawtrait Purrfection, specialises in stunning pet portraits of your much loved fur family. From a rambunctious romp in the field to a silky pillow at home, we aim to capture the spirit of your beloved pet and the love you share. Beautiful images of your four-legged best friend are a fantastic way to decorate your home.

Specialist Brisbane Pet Photographer, Pawtrait Purrfection, services Brisbane, Ipswich and Toowoomba.

3 Comments
  1. March 25, 2017 -
    Reply

    This week was so challenging with the theme! Your photos are beautiful regardless.

    • jodiepholi
      March 25, 2017 -
      Reply

      Yes, Jessica, it was a hard one. I've never tried HDR before and I don't think the action I used did much for the type of pictures I used. But I love that we are made to try different things. :)

  2. Kelly
    March 26, 2017 -
    Reply

    I think it actually looks okay in the second image. I love how it brought out those background blues/greens. Great job!

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