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Texture and Color

Texture and color palette are both important elements of composing a photograph. The combination of texture and color palette can be  what makes an image. For example, this photograph taken for Exquisicat cat litter packaging is successful because of the monochromatic color scheme that contrasts with the bright colors of the box. Also, the complimentary textures of the blanket and the cats fur are aesthetically pleasing.

Things to consider:

  • Color schemes to try:  Complimentary, analogous, triadic, and yes, even monochromatic color schemes have their place!
  • Texture combinations:  Using different textures in combination with one another can create interesting visual patterns and enhance different parts of the image.
  •  Synchronize these two: Using a busy patterned texture  with monochromatic colors works well, whereas these textures with bright and varying colors may be too overwhelming and distracting. Pair these elements with care to create a successful image.

Happy Shooting.

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Gimme Paw!

At Bohm-Marrazzo Photography we  do animal photography of all types! We’ve photographed ferrets, cats, dogs, turtles, you name it! Photographing animals is a lot of fun and we get the privilege to meet all sorts of fun critters!

From animal head shots for casting to photographing pets for Petsmart product packaging, we specialize in all kinds of animal photography. For your animal needs, check out our studio in Montclair, NJ !

Happy Friday! 🙂

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Your Pet Ought to be in Pictures!

Packaging photography can be a lot of fun when working with adorable furry models!

At the Cat Expo this past weekend Bohm-Marrazzo Photography had a booth with some of the packages we did the photography for and some

information on how you can get your pet into pictures.

Read on to find out more!

How to get your pet into advertising…

  1. Lights, Camera, Action! Take lots of photos of your pet so they get comfortable with the flash!
  2. Your four-legged friend should feel at home…everywhere. When your pet is young bring them out to mingle with other people and pets in various environments so they will feel comfortable in new places.
  3. It’s all about training. Your pet should be trained to sit and stay and hold a pose. Tricks and agility are always bonuses.
  4. Submit the best of the best. When sending in photos of your pet for casting opportunities make sure you send the best, well lit photographs because the better the photo the more likely they will make the cut.
  5. Ready for their close up? Keep your pet in shape and healthy to increase their chances of getting chosen for the job.
  6. Contact us! Send in your photos and information about your pet to casting@bohm-marrazzo.com if you think your pet has what it takes. If we think your pet is a future superstar we’ll contact you back!
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Good casting guarantees great shots

Photographing two cats interacting can be problematic

if you have the wrong subjects. But breeder Brenda Flahault’s kitten

Heidi and famous champion Sonoma made it easy for us.

We put them on a comfy bed, spread tuna juice on

Sonoma and Heidi did the rest!

Find all our photography on these new litter packages

in Petsmart this month.

Pick one up to make your cat’s potty time a happy one!

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