As I mentioned here, I’m really looking forward to being one of the 6 contributors of Puppy Tales this year. The first contributor off the rank is Charlotte Reeves who is a professional pet photographer and explains how to take a good photo of our dog.
Taking great portrait-style photos of your dog while out and about at your local dog park or at the beach can be tricky at the best of times. Your dog will usually be easily distracted by new or exciting environments and it can be difficult to hold their attention.
Surrounded by the familiar environment of their own home, your dog is much more likely to be more attentive to you and co-operative with your photography adventures, just as long as there is something in it for them, too!
These 8 handy tips will set you well on your way to taking better portrait-style shots of your dog that you’ll be proud to show off to family and friends.
You can read why turning your flash off, following the light, simplifying the background, getting down to their level, focusing on the eyes and paying attention are integral parts of taking a good photo of your dog, here.