Your dog is part of your loving family and because of that, you want some nice pictures to add to the family portraits on your walls or maybe added to your desk at the office. No matter where you plan on placing the pictures, you want good ones. What can you do to obtain great pictures without motion, looking away, moving out of view, or even rolling over? Here are some helpful hints to help you create excellent photographic pictures.
For starters, you need to choose an environment that your dog enjoys and is comfortable with. Typically, that can be in a certain room or in their play area No matter where the location is; it must be a place that your dog can relax. Typically, that will be a place that they normally would relax.
Second, it is best to try to snap pictures at ground level. In fact, if you are on the ground like your pet, it can bring out better results and your dog may behave and provide more attention to you.
Third, be sure to take lots of snapshots. You can go through them later and choose the best ones. By only trying to snap the perfect picture, you will lose other snapshots that would be spectacular. You never know what your dog is going to do so be sure to take a bunch of pics.
Fourth, rewarding your dog is important, just like it is for behavioral achievements. You may utilize electric collars, pet fences, or even clickers to teach your dog to listen, but treats provide a reward for obeying commands. This is great for taking pictures. If your dog knows what he or she will get for listening and following commands, you will have better luck. In addition, a treat can bring their attention towards the camera, not because they want to give you a good pic, but because they want that treat. Needless to say, they are looking right at the camera since you are holding a treat there.
With these insightful tips on taking great dog pictures, you will surely have the perfect frame-able shot you need.