Elias Weiss Friedman, better known as The Dogist, has photographed over 50,000 dogs in his career, and as such, he has learned a thing or two along the way. If you are a lover of dogs and photography, check out this fantastic video interview with The Dogist, in which he reveals why he prefers photographing dogs over people and offers a lot of fun insight into his work.
Coming to you from B&H Photo and Video, this great video interview features Elias Weiss Friedman, better known as The Dogist, who has photographed over 50,000 dogs in a remarkable career. No doubt, photographing dogs can be a tremendous amount of fun and quite rewarding as well, but it is easy to overlook just how much work it is as well. Whenever I have watched professional dog photographers work, I am always amazed by the incredible amount of patience and dedication it takes to get the shot. Even the most well-behaved dogs can be excited or a bit flustered by the process, and a lot of it comes down to building comfort with them. I certainly have nothing but respect for photographers who do it every day. Check out the video above for the full rundown.