Category Archives: Photography Tips and Tricks

What’s in my Bag?

Before we start… Something a lot of photographers seem to get fixated on is gear. What lens was used, what camera, what lights? While having the gear is fantastic, it means nothing if you don’t take the time to learn how to use it! So with that in mind, here’s a sneak peek into the…

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  • Carol Bremner16/05/2015 - 9:43 am

    Hi Kelly
    Thanks so muc for sharing your list of equipment. I have the same camera but bought the 70-200mm f4 lens. Absolutely the best things I have bought.
    Was just wondering what auto focus settings do you use, especially for action shots?
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    • KellyWolfe18/05/2015 - 6:37 pm

      Hi Carol,
      You’re welcome! The 70-200 is a fantastic lens, especially for action work.
      I use the center focus point on ai servo mode, with back button focus. You can find more about how I shoot action shots here and here.
      Hope this helps! 🙂ReplyCancel

How To Photograph Dog Agility Competitions

I first became involved in the dog agility community around five years ago when I started taking some of my dogs to agility classes at the Cambridge Dog Obedience Club. Agility is a great sport to do with your dog to build your relationship with your dog, get fit and get the whole family involved….

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  • Leslie Steinkraus13/12/2014 - 7:48 pm

    Thank you Kelly for giving such a detailed account……keep up the good work!!!ReplyCancel

  • Heather Bashow14/03/2015 - 9:51 pm

    very nice work! I’m about to get into this genre, and will give it a try tomorrow, but indoors. Using the 70-200 f/2.8 on 5D MkIII, but still expect to shoot in RAW to combat lighting issues.ReplyCancel

  • Kirsten Young06/05/2015 - 11:07 pm

    Thank you so much for these tips. I guess I better start saving for a BIG lens.ReplyCancel

  • Julie Woollett19/09/2015 - 9:07 pm

    Awesome tips 🙂ReplyCancel

Photography Tips: How to Take Better Adoption Photos

When you’re rehoming dogs, photos can mean the difference between a dog attracting attention and being rehomed or having to be put to sleep due to lack of space. Sadly many rescues are underfunded and understaffed which can make it very challenging to get good images of the dogs for advertising. I am more than…

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  • petsonthenet.co.nz26/11/2014 - 7:12 pm

    Awesome advice, thank you Kelly! And thank you for the beautiful photography work you do for our friends at DC Rescue Dogs!ReplyCancel