Features July 2012 Issue

Camera-Phone Portraits of Your Pup? There’s an App for That!

This smart phone portrait of the author’s dog “Quiz” (rear) and friend “Noelle,” was taken with the “Little Orange Box” camera in the free Retro Camera app.

Camera-Phone Portraits of Your Pup? There’s an App for That!

Most smart phones now feature cameras that shoot in 6-megapixels or higher, providing photos with good resolution and detail. The large screens make it easy to compose a shot without holding the camera directly up to your face, which makes some dogs shy away. (My Whippet seems to hate when I point a traditional camera at her; it’s something we’re working on. I joke that she thinks it will steal her soul.)

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