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10 Tips to Improve Your Dog Photos

This post is brought to you by CanvasDiscount.com. Never in history has it been easier and more convenient to take great photos of our dogs–we almost always have a camera in our pocket or purse! Cell phone cameras take sensational photos but, just like using a conventional SLR, they require some basic composition on your …

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How to Photograph Your Dog This Holiday Season

This post is sponsored by Rachael Ray Nutrish. All thoughts and opinions are our own. As always, thank you for reading and supporting our sponsors. The countdown is on the for the holidays! In our home, our furry family members are a huge part of our holiday celebrations. With no children in the house, Irie …

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Improving Your Dog Photos

If you were on Twitter on Sunday, you probably saw the flurry of tweets during our #SuperDogPics party we co-hosted with All Things Dog Blog. Our expert guest for the party was Life+Dog publisher Brett Chisholm, a professional photographer, who shared his tips for improving your own dog photos, regardless of your equipment. Brett will …

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Puppy Photography: How to Photograph Your Puppy

We love photographing our dogs…but every time we do it we really respect the work of the professional pet photographers even more! Getting your dog’s attention and capturing that special expression isn’t always easy–and, if your dog is still a puppy who doesn’t know commands, it can be even tougher. How to Photography Your Puppy …

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Anatomy of a Photo

Do you ever see a dog photo and think, “How did they get that shot??” We might have found the answer this week: editing. Lots and lots of editing. This week we decided we wanted to at least try to get a photo of our dogs wearing Easter bunny ears. OK, it’s silly. We know …

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