It’s very common to hear people speaking about experiences they have had trying to photograph their pets.
If the lighting is right you will see the “catch lights” in the eyes. This really brings out the expression on the dog’s face. Speaking of light. Good lighting is a Critical element of any pet photograph! Low lighting requires longer exposures which usually spells disaster. Good side lighting will really enhance the texture of the dog’s coat.
Please remember if you are shooting your pictures outside that the optimal times are early morning or late afternoon. Place yourself on the Dog’s Level. Always try to be shooting from the eye level of the dog.
One of the true advantages Digital Photography is that it allows you to shoot multiple shots at no cost to you. Good planning, great preparation and being flexible enough to anticipate problems that may arise. Try these out the next time you set out to photograph your pet.
Puppy photos are a great way to keep your puppy’s memories. A puppy photo can be placed almost anywhere. Framing the puppy photos is a great way to display the pictures. There are frames which can be bought over department stores and there are customized frames which perfectly suit your taste and style. Putting the pictures on frame can save the quality of the photos. It can protect the pictures from unwanted tears, scratches and stains.
Putting all the pictures in an album can be a great way to display your dog’s pictures. The album can be placed in your living rooms for proper display.
Pictures can now be easily transferred from your cameras to your computers. Sell the Photos for a Price.
Join Art Displays: Art displays are a great way to show your puppy pictures to everyone else.