Dog photography poses

Elevate your dog photography skills with these creative poses. Capture unforgettable moments and create stunning portraits of your furry friend that you'll cherish forever.
Pug, Labrador, Girl And Dog, Dog Poses, Perros, Dog Portraits, Pet Portraits, Dog Pictures, Dog Portraits Art

An older picture, I havent really taken any pictures recently. At Shandi's recent vet visit we discovered that since we got Banjo Shandi has lost 13 pounds (6kg). Now I guess she was a little chubby before but she's borderlining too skinny now so lucky her is getting fed more in hopes of her putting on a bit of weight. Also sorry everyone for not really commenting lately. I've just been so busy I've hardly had time to do anything. I'll try to comment today.

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parisanasiri
Portrait, Art, Life Hacks, Dog Owner Photoshoot, Pet Family Photos, Family Pet Photos, Pet Photography Tips, Dog Photoshoot Pet Photography Ideas, Dog Photoshoot Pet Photography

As a professional dog photographer, I’ve taken my fair share of super awkward “dog and their human” photos. From awkward poses to strange angles…not every photo works, especially when you are shooting something as unpredictable as a dog! But in my time photographing dogs and their humans,

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Karen Sugden
Dog Owner Photography, Dog Owners, Dog Owner Pictures, Dog Owner Photo, Dog Photos, Dog Family Pictures, Dog Owner Photoshoot, Dog Mom, Dog Photography

Just like humans, dogs can choke on the things that they put in their mouths. But unlike humans, they’re more likely to gnaw on non-food items, or simply swallow things whole. If you’ve ever wondered why certain pet toys have weight or size suggestions on them, a big reason is to reduce the risk of that item becoming a choking hazard. Be sure to avoid the non-food and non-toy items on this list, and monitor your pooch closely with the others! #1 ... Read more

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El Kareh