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Improving Your Dog Photos

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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 be sharing his tips on both the Life+Dog site and in the magazine (which is going national on Feb. 14…watch for it in Barnes and Noble stores everywhere!) but first we wanted to share some of our favorites from his many tips.

We love this lighting tip, especially appropriate during the winter months…

For more advanced photographers, Brett had some tips so they could take advantage of natural light without reaching for that flash…

We’re just learning post-production tricks on Photoshop, and we’re definitely going to follow this tip of Brett’s:

We love this lighting tip because it requires no special equipment and it’s applicable no matter what type of camera you’re using:

Finally, this last tip is one that applies to just about everyone these days because we’re all carrying cell phones! (And, after all, the best camera is the one that you have with you!)

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