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03-09-12, 11:10 AM
Join Date: Aug 2012
Your first thought for pet photography may be a formal, full-body pose. You should certainly try to take some pet photographs of that type, but pets are like humans: they are not always comfortable posing formally and those photos don’t always reveal the unique personality of your pet. In fact, you’ll shoot better pet photographs if you first forget about the camera and concentrate on studying your pet, its personality, energy level, favorite activities, what it does during a typical day, etc. You’ll discover the clues to the best places, times of the day and other factors that will make Fido or Kitty a star of your pet photography.
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