Have a great time with your friends. You can bring everyone together in one place to remember and take pictures of these happy moments. The picture looks great on my phone, so I put it back in my pocket. However, after a few days, I open the image on my computer and I first try to decide which social network to upload, but the problem arises on the big screen. The friend who ruined all the photos in the group did it again. You laugh but write it down to kill him.
But can it be comforting if I say dogs face the same problem? For example, consider this gang. When Kikko, Sasha and Momo pose for the owner Yoko, Hina always finds a way to interfere with it. Like my friend Luke, Hina will probably call it “stress relief”. But we all know it’s a riot!
Every dog owner knows how hard it can be to take pictures of their dogs. But pet photographer Mark Rogers said it was possible.
You need to start with getting the dog to get used to the camera. “At first, camera clicks and flashes can shake the dog,” Rogers told Dog Time. “Let the dog smell the camera, then shoot around naturally.” If you are using a film camera, you can do this before loading the film. Take a picture of your dog only after the dog gets comfortable around the camera and starts doing your own thing.
The idea is to keep things natural and comfortable,” Rogers explained. In high pitch. “Like most photo genres, it takes a lot of pictures. The more pictures you take, the higher your chances of taking great pictures.
Also, turn off the flash if possible. “Most amateur photographers do their best in warm natural light. To avoid faded photos, shoot in the morning or evening, in the shade on a slightly cloudy or bright day.”
Reach the dog level. “If you stand above the dog and look down, every shot you shoot will look like someone else’s,” Rogers added. Get on your knees, sit down, curl up, lie on your tummy, and do whatever you need to do to make eye contact with your puppy.
Pay attention to the background. Simple things like white sandy beaches or green trees will make your dog stand out from the picture. Also pay attention to the color. Black dogs do not have a black background, brown dogs have a brown background, etc.Of course, these tips may not help if your doggo consciously refuses to take pictures. But not all puppies are like Hina!