May 16, 2022

Create dynamic animal portraits with food-grade coloured powder

Before we get any further it deserves noting that these dogs are highly trained and the powder was food grade and placed along the back of the pet dogs back. At no point were the canines put at any risk.

Just like any animal of any size, the security of the animal is critical over any pictures you desire to achieve, their safety comes first, no question!
— Kit Fanner

How do you make dexterity dogs looks a lot more remarkable? You include a significant coloured powder of course! DIYP took a look at these amazing images taken by UK photographer Kit Fanner and discovered out exactly how he shot them.

The canines utilized were dexterity dogs and are well trained with commands from the owners however according to Kit, you could easily do something similar with your own animal if you had them running or going after a ball.

” We enjoy dealing with animals,” says Kit, “and we simply wished to produce something different with the animals we usually photograph.” This dog photoshoot was developed utilizing an unique powder to develop streaking colour routes behind the dogs as they leapt. The powder is an unique powder that is safe to use along the back of the dog and is not consumed by the dog in any method.

Devices used:

1 x Sony A7iii

1 x Sony 70-200mm f2.8 MkII

1 x Profoto B1X with a Profoto XL deep umbrella & & diffuser,
1 x Profoto B10 with a 24″ umbrella
1 x Profoto B10 with a magnum reflector with diffusion.
The colour powder is made from corn starch and colored with food-grade colouring.

How do you make dexterity dogs looks even more incredible? DIYP took a look at these incredible images taken by UK photographer Kit Fanner and discovered out exactly how he shot them.

Im sure youll concur that the images are quite incredible and include another level of interest and drama to the shots of these beautifully intelligent animals.

In this Behind the Scenes video, you can enjoy the entire process, plus a few of the completed images. Aside from a little clean-up in post, everything was recorded in-camera.

This pet dog photoshoot was developed utilizing an unique powder to create spotting colour routes behind the canines as they jumped. The powder is an unique powder that is safe to utilize along the back of the canine and is not ingested by the canine in any method.

Package says they have been asked to develop something comparable in the near future with horses, I anticipate seeing how those images turn out. You can see more of Kits work on his facebook, instagram and website.