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4 EASY TRICKS ON HOW TO TAKE NICE/FUNNY PICTURES OF YOUR PET

Posted by Galileo Capuccino on

We love our pets unconditionally and they do the same. They give us constant love and reassuring us that we are good people and loved without reservation, without question, through our lives they are there for us as our friends and confidants and the children we never had and are always around us and they don’t let us down. They are trusting faithful, fun and family. They simplify an often confusing and confronting world and every one of them has a different personality. Even when they are naughty, we step back and laugh about how cute they are and always will be! 



We all know taking a nice picture of your pet is harder than it looks. Whether it’s stopping your fluff ball from sniffing the camera or hoping she won’t run away or not be interested, there’s a lot of effort that goes into taking the best images. What better way of showing your pet appreciation by hanging a custom-made Renaissance Portrait of them in the house!

 

 1. THE MORE, THE MERRIER! 

 The trick with taking a great photo of your pet is – the more the merrier! It’s a true love-hate relationship with a cat and dog, all you need to do is let them do their bonding things and take some lovely shots! 

 2. TREATS

Treats are the easiest solution for most pets. It’s the best bargain for them with something edible, “What’s in this for me”. Start off by giving them one treat so they know what they’re getting with a simple routine. Then start waving the bag of treats near the camera, they would be looking at the treats but… close enough! 


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3. BRUSHING

If your pet likes to brush, I think you found a solution! 

If they see a waving brush they will come running. The promise of more brushing will inspire them to sit still while you take your pictures.

If your pet happens to hate getting brushed (some do), then don’t brush them right before taking a photo or it will leave them with a negative impression about modeling for the camera! If your pet has long hair/fur or needs to be brushed to be presentable, do it an hour before you want to take the shot.

 4.TOYS

 

If your pet has a favorite toy, that’s an easy fix! All you need to do is integrate that toy while taking the photos. They’ll be having fun and you will be able to take sooo many nice photos of them. Anything that will get their attention, works like a Charm! 

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