Dog Rescue Photography | webinars

I’ve had a few dozen questions about what class materials will be available after the webinar and the answer is:  we will be emailing a pdf of notes to all webinar participants the day after the webinar.

The class notes (without the class) don’t give the whole picture, in my opinion. So we’re not furnishing them to people that have not attended the webinar. Diagrams and bullet points are an easy way for some people to learn but not for everyone.

So please attend the webinar if you can, but if you can’t, we’ll keep you posted on this blog for some sort of follow up materials.  We have only a few seats left in the Thursday evening class and about 20 seats left in tomorrow’s class.  Thanks!

dallas dog photography teresa berg

5 comments

  1. What a wonderful way to show off pets in need. What you have done is priceless and will save many lives.
    Thank You from the bottom of my heart.
    KE

  2. I am interested in the webinar but want to make sure it would be right for me. I just joined with our animal shelter in town and I am already a professional newborn/children and family photographer so animals are new to me. Would this help me with that or would I be better purchasing the book?

    1. The book would be more helpful if you’re interested in doing fine art dog photography…. if you’re just interested in photographing animals on a volunteer basis, then do the webinar. We don’t cover professional lighting during the webinar… it’s for beginners.

  3. I am interested in the next webinar – have strong interest in photography of animals and am joining a rescue group – thought it would great way to combine these passions. When is the next webinar and how do I sign up?

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