Photography as the word clearly says is the science or art of portraying the details of an object in such a way that one that is not in the scene would be able to imagine the object as is real. It is indeed a wonderful art which involves both body and mind of the photographer to feel and realize the characteristics of the detail being captured.
Photography is a full time passion and profession for many in and around the world who enjoys and feels the work they do. For several others, it remains as a wonderful hobby which keeps them relaxed and freed away from their hectic profession or business. One of the most interesting photography fields is the Pet Photography which has something to do with the hobbies that was discussed in the previous line.
Here are 10 Successful Tips for a Better Pet Photography. Enjoy!
People who love their pet would prefer to have pictures of their pet and hang it on the walls or even as wallpaper on the desktop. The love you show to your pet will directly be reflected on your pictures. The way you make your pet feel comfortable might reward you with stunning and memorable moment. The first secret tips of all, share the love!
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Let your pet take bath at least once in a week so that it would feel fresh and agile which reflects well in your photos. Do not irritate your pet often and give your pet a feel that it’s his/her home to live. This will cheer up your pet and eventually you will end up getting the right snaps of your pet.
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Give some directions to your pet so that you can capture the expressions keenly. Make your pet jump towards you and you can capture its dynamism beautifully. Also try to focus on the sharp features of your pet which makes the output of your picture impressive.
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Similar to photography human portrait, you have to keep sharp focus in the eyes. It is important to give your photograph a strong impression and soul. Plus, some pets have very impressive eyes that vary in color and pattern. Having a soft focus in the eyes will definitely makes your picture no different than a snapshot.
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Get some impact by showing the true character of your pets. Your pet might be an adorable, lazy or active and a picture can conveys the stories. How your lazy dog looks like?
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Don’t sticks to the boring normal ways of photographing a subject. Try different angle, methods, and compositions. Shoot from different eyes level, shoot from up, shoot from low or you can just try all kind of approaches and angle that comes from your mind. Don’t be afraid of any rules. Remember this, there are no rules in photography.
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You ever heard of KISS? Well I have my own perception and I love says it as Keep It Stupidly Simple. The key secret of a good photography is simplicity. Don’t mess up your picture with hideous background. Choose a clean background instead. Go for backgrounds that only have maximum two colors, contrast to subject and clean. There is a huge difference when you start to understand this. So, act now.
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Your pets can be playful and active. Why not give them some good time to play in your photography session. You can use almost anything.
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Mount on your long lenses and go for close up shots. There is nothing more interesting than the beautiful details of your pet in close up shots. Frame it nicely and see how it goes. You might be proud or extremely impressed with yourself once you get the right shot. How do I know? It happened to me twice.
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There is no shortcut in getting a good photograph. All you need to do is to keep shooting and experimenting. Practicing your pet for frequent photographic stills will automatically let your pet to get used to it and cooperate with it. Remember; get creative by trying different angle and shots.
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