Mastering Group Shots in Pet Photography: How to Keep All Eyes in Focus

In this must-watch tutorial, we're unmasking the secret behind achieving perfect focus in group shots of dogs with different heights. Learn how to create a fan favorite 'puppy dog eyes' type shot from two separate images while maintaining a shallow depth of field.

Written By Nicole Begley

On July 28, 2023

In this must-watch tutorial, we're unmasking the secret behind achieving perfect focus in group shots of dogs with different heights. Learn how to create a fan favorite ‘puppy dog eyes' type shot from two separate images while maintaining a shallow depth of field.

We'll walk you through a simple yet powerful Photoshop trick that will allow you to have both your furry subjects in sharp focus, a technique that will immensely improve your pet group shots – quickly and easily!

Ready for more? Don't forget to hit subscribe for more videos like this and check out our extensive resources at Hair of the Dog Academy, including our new posing guide that offers 50 different shots you can create at your next dog session! Grab it here!

Nicole Begley

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