(We rubbed peanut butter on a stick to capture this pic of Spencer and 5 of his litter mates. From the Left: Spencer, Gideon, Sebastian, Abby, Kraelyn, and Leia )
If you are like me, I take tons of pictures of Spencer all the time. He is so use to me taking his picture that he is currently more photogenic then my husband. I don’t know much about taking a good picture, I mean, I just take keep snapping away hoping that I got at least on good one in the bunch.
Here are some helpful tips to help you capture those priceless moments:
- Avoid green eyes by not using the flash.
- Take pictures at your dog’s level.
- Be creative with you environment/props.
- Experiment with different ways to get your dog’s attention.
- Use a continuous shooting mode whenever possible.
- The best photos are when your dog is completely relaxed and just being a dog
- Try to be as patient as possible.
- Your dog shouldn’t always be in the center of the photo.
- Be outside in natural light whenever possible.
- Pay your dog when you are done with a rewarding treat.
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