917-703-0346 mikey@colonphoto.com

Taking photos of children and animals is one of the hardest things you can do as photographer! There are a million reasons why and in this video I’ll show you some behind the scenes footage. I’ll also show you the secret to making doggies look like they’re smiling.

Currently @flamingirl is running a “We Love Animals” photo contest (https://busy.org/@flamingirl/50-sbd-to-win-we-love-animals-photo-contest-is-open). Part of the requirement is to prove that you took the photo and it’s been a while since I’ve filmed / edited / shared a DTube video – so I figured it be a super fun way to prove I took the photo!

When I’m aiming to shoot professional photos of doggies – I’m looking to get at least one money shot. Much like in the modeling world, photographers will shoot hundreds of photos – just for that one image. Luckily Manny and I were able to get several images to work with. I wasn’t sure which image to submit so I narrowed it down to 4.

I wanted to film a voice over on how I edited the RAW files, but the video was already running long. Plus I thought it’d be a quick video to edit – but it ended up taking around 12 hours. I was hoping to have it done by the time the Yankee game was on yesterday and since I wasn’t able to sit in my lucky seat (because I was editing this video) you can put the Yankee’s loss to the Redsox on me. LOL

It’s been a while since I’ve uploaded a DTtube video as it’s massive work. If you’d like to see more videos like this, please give it a thumbs up ?? and resteem this post as it will help me get my work out there.

Thanks and I hope you enjoyed this video!


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?   mikey@colonphoto.com
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I’m available in New York City, New Jersey, Boston & Worldwide!


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