Everybody takes a picture of something to make it more memorable. Even when we’re with friends, we want to remember them for a while longer. Everyone knows that at least one person can mess up the whole picture.
Well, the same thing happens with these dog friends. It’s hard for Yoko to get a good picture of her three dogs, Kikko, Sasha, and Momo, because Hina always gets in the way.
It’s hard to get a good picture of a dog if you don’t own one. The pet photographer, Mark Roger, on the other hand, doesn’t have any trouble at all.
In the beginning, a dog might be scared by the click and flash of a camera. Make sure your dog sniffs the camera before you start taking pictures of what’s around you, “Roger told Dog Time. It’s important for the dog to get used to the camera before you can take good pictures of your dog.
Things should be natural and easy-going. Get lots of treats, shove the camera in your dog’s face, and say, “Mommy’s going to take your picture!” at the same time in a high voice. Roger went on to explain more.
She should turn off the flash if there is enough light to take a picture. It is best for most amateur photographers to work with warm, natural light. If you don’t want your pictures to look washed out, take them in the morning or evening, on cloudy days, or in the shade on a sunny day.
Take as many photos as you can, too, because the more photos you take, the better photos you’ll get.
It’s another way to deal with the dog. You can get down to its level, too. If you stand over your dog and look down, every picture you take will look the same as everyone else’s. It doesn’t matter if you sit, kneel, crouch, or anything else. You can be in the dog’s line of sight.
Make it look like it should be there. Wood or sand are good places to take a picture of you. Remember that color is everything. Black dogs need a white background. Brown dogs don’t belong on a brown background. This is why.
Here are some tips if you want to take a picture of your dog.