Dog photography can be incredibly rewarding when you do it right, but it can also be quite frustrating when the little puppers are bouncing all around and paying attention in every direction except yours. This helpful video will give you some quick tips to improve your pictures of dogs and to increase your chances of getting the shot.
Coming to you from Shutterstock Tutorials, this great video tutorial will give you some quick tips for improving your dog photography. Being able to capture the joy and happiness of a dog can certainly make for some wonderful photos or simply fond memories of the family pet, but it's not particularly easy to get them, particularly if you're working with a higher-energy breed or a puppy. Luckily, food is almost always a great motivator and attention-grabber, and with a little trickery and a little (or often, a lot) of patience, you can get the shot. This is definitely a case in which you might want to consider overshooting a bit, as it'll likely increase your chances of getting a keeper or two. The tutorial also goes over some basic lighting ideas in case you're shooting in studio. Check out the video above for the full rundown.