Features July 2012 Issue

How to Photograph Your Dog Like A Pro!

When you’re looking for ways to take more exciting pictures of your dog, it helps to study photos taken by professionals, such as this spectacular shot by Seth Casteel of Little Friends Photo.

How to Photograph Your Dog Like A Pro!

Take pictures like the professionals do.

A picture is worth a thousand words, and when it comes to our beloved canine companions, we can never have too many memories preserved in perpetuity. Like people, dogs have unique personalities. Learning to capture your dog’s attitude, spirit and charm can make the difference between a so-so photo and a memory you just have to blow up and frame. The following tips will help you take your best shot. When you want jaw-dropping photos, it never hurts to let the true professionals work their magic by scheduling a professional photo shoot for your pet.

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