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5 Tips for Taking Great Photos of Your Pet

5 Tips for Taking Great Photos of Your Pet

By PetSafe Guest

By Jennie Huettel, Professional Photographer and PetSafe Photo Coordinator

I’m sure you love your pet(s) as much as I do mine. Mine are my world. They go hiking with us. They go camping with us. They go to work with me. My 8 month old son giggles when he sees them. You love everything about them…..except when they run away from the camera when you try to take a picture of them.

Or when they are sleeping so sweetly and you tip toe to get your camera not to wake them and as soon as you get ready to take the picture, they wake up and turn their back to you. Or when you think you took the cutest picture and you look at it and their eyes are glaring red! How frustrating is this?!?! Since I have been right where you are, I want to share some tips to get great pictures of your pet. 

1.Turn off the flash

The flash is why those oh-so-adorable photos turn out not-so-adorable with those...

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