5 Tips on Dog Photography
By Crafty Little Gnome on March 27, 2013
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Editor's Note: Strangely enough, we all seem to own the best dog in the world -- how is that possible? Any dog owner with a camera has tried (sometimes, in vain) to capture the special canine magic in a photograph. Here are five clever tips to help you do just that. --Heather:
2) Wait until they are tired
When I first take my dogs out for a walk, they get so excited, they can't really control themselves. They usually take off at full speed down the trails. There is no way I can get a good shot when they are so hyperactive. I usually wait until our outing is nearing an end before I pull out my camera. They are tired, more relaxed and more likely to sit still....
Image: Adrienne Audrey via Crafty Little Gnome.
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