Cattle and Canines
During September and October, I had the chance to enjoy two very different private shoots that were a little step away from my usual competition and equine photography. One, a photoshoot with some gorgeous Holkin Shorthorn cattle, and the second shooting dogs doing what they do best; playing!
It took a few minutes for the cattle to really get used to me and my strange, black clicking box, but after a while, I was surrounded. It gave me the chance to work with close ups, testing the narrower aperture of my new portrait lens (85mm prime), and use my smaller 18-55mm to create a little more distortion, allowing me to play further with the angles.
I'm always willing to give anything a go, it's the only way to grow as a photographer. If you've got something you'd like me to shoot, just drop me an email, I'd love to see what my next challenge will be!
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