Dogs and Birds and Things That Go

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Dogs and Birds and Things That Go

presented by Amy Johnson

of Focus Your Art Photo Education

​Join us for Amy’s workshop which includes information on gear, camera settings, and autofocus techniques that have helped her build a 20-year career as a dog sports photographer. ​

People love to compete with their dogs, and the number of dog sports has exploded over the past two decades. At many of these competitions, you will find a professional photographer hard at work in the background, capturing each and every exhibitor and their furry team mate as they perform for the judges. If you’ve seen those photographers and wondered what is involved, this seminar is for you! ​​Amy will also share techniques for capture of other moving subjects. Don’t miss this opportunity!

It is online, there is no charge and it will be hosted by the presenter. If you are logged  in with your membership, you will see a link below.  Use this link to register directly with Amy.

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Photo credit Amy Johnson

 

Amy Johnson Bio

From math teacher, to dog sports photographer, to wildlife photographer, to photography instructor, Amy’s career has taken her in variety of directions. With over 20 years of photography experience, she shares her strong technical skills and distinct visual voice with her students and clients.

As a dog sports photographer, she has photographed agility, obedience, rally, and conformation. She has been the official show photographer for many of the premier agility events in the United States, including the AKC National Agility Championships, AKC Agility Invitational, USDAA Cynosport World Games, UKI US Open, and NADAC Championships, as well as numerous local trials, regional events, and breed national specialties.

Amy is fluent in both Canon and Nikon, using the Canon 1DX Mark 3 or Nikon D6 with a 400mm f/2.8L as her primary agility gear. For birds, wildlife, and landscapes, she has a Canon R3, R5, and R6 in her kit, as well as a Sony a9ii.