SHOOTING A PET HOTEL
OK so this one's going to be a challenge. Just took on a pet hotel job. If you're not familiar with these.. You basically drop your dog off in a suite, which is bigger then my office I might add, for $150-$200 a day and your pets are pampered while you're away on vacation. Flat screen tv's, Jazz music oriental rugs, the works.
So here's the deal. They have a common area for the pets. Although I won't be photographing in the general population area I will be shooting above it on the balcony. Did I mention this shoot is all indoors?
So there will be dogs everywhere jumping around. Lots of motion. Any tips on how to shoot this and not have blurry dogs everywhere? Because it's indoors the shutter speed can't be as quick as if I was outdoors in the sun. Anticipating a fair amount of photoshop work on this one.
EQUIPMENT: NIKON D80 CAMERA, AGNOS MROTATOR TCPS W/ RING, Sigma F/3.5 8mm Fisheye Lens
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