I get so many questions from LABfans asking about photography. So rather than just doing a little Q&A that really doesn’t dive into the details or really provide actionable steps for one to take, we here at It’s a Lab Thing thought that you could use some real insight from someone that knows a little thing or two about shooting unbelievable dog photography.
It’s a Lab Thing is proud to announce that we will be partnering with Andy Biggar (the Lab Photographer) to host a series of instructional webinars about dog photography called FotoCoach. In these lessons Andy will be your FotoCoach and give you the complete play by play instructions of how to improve your photography skills. As for me, not only will I be your host, but I will also be a student sitting alongside you.
We will have courses for all levels of Photography from Novice all the way to Pro, anyone can benefit from FotoCoach, Andy Biggar. Whether you just picked up our SLR, dusting it off or grabbing some extra tips from a fellow colleague, we will be here to help and encourage you get the best shot possible.
A Little Bit About Andy…
Andy Biggar is quite an accomplished photographer from the United Kingdom and you can see his work splattered among many different areas of media from Internet to Magazines. Maybe it is the fact that Andy has two Labrador Retriever Gun Dogs himself that gives him the ability to “Capture the Essence of the Labrador Retriever” in pictures that has earned him the title “The Lab Photographer” and it is well deserved.