6 Improving Tips for Pet Photography

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6 Improving Tips for Pet Photography

In most of the community keeping pets at home is common and to spend some quality time with them. Even we love to pictures our pets great memories through camera and today blog is all about this how you photography your pets and I am gonna tells you, how you capture some of the most fascinating photographs of your pet without any experience in the filed of photography.


Natural lights:

Light is every thing in photography, but for pet photography I recommend the use of complete natural light no flash light .  The use of natural light or continuous light  that won’t frighten them or cause red eyes in your images.

Shutter speed:

A fast shutter speed will allow you to overcome the difficulty in pet photography to complete freeze their actions. You will need to use your camera in shutter speed mode or in a manual mode.

Focus on eyes and expressions:

In portrait photography, it is necessary that you give prime attention on subject eyes and expressions. In pet photography, specially cats eye can be very expressive. Try to make sure to focus on your pet’s eyes and keep it sharp in your photographs.

Try out new angles:

When ever professional photographers come in action they always try to photographs their subject from differences angles, so as in pet photography you need change your angles for creating some creativity in your photographs.

Give time, Have patient:

Every Pets need some sort of motivation to stay in specified portrait style.  So give your pet a time to get motivated. For some cats and dog toys is the best motivational source. Patience is the first thing as a pet photographer, we had to learn when start photographing pets

Visit your pet at different times:

When you are going to photographs your pet try to photograph it in different times as it’s mood changes give us unique expressions and behaviors of our pet to capture.


Pet photography not only provides us the most cutest photographs of our pets but gives us some time to explore our pet behaviors.

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