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Photograph tips

Our dear four-legged friends can be fiendishly difficult to photograph, so if you don't have an existing photograph and therefore need to take a photograph then the following tips should prove helpful:

  • Try wherever possible to capture your dog outside in natural light or standing by or looking out of a window or in a room flooded with light. Photographs taken indoors completely void of natural light tend not to work well.

  • Try and always have someone else on hand to help you get the best out of your dog - to hold food and get your dog/s to sit and wait whilst the second person crouches down and takes photographs.

  • Try to take photograph's reasonably close up and in good focus and try getting different angles; tilting the head up and down or from side to side.

  • Take as many photo's as you can so that I can understand the character of your dog and his or her movement, markings and texture.