|Patches, 6 months, dappled long hair dachshund|
|2 years old|
2. Composition is key. Your subject is your main element in the frame, eliminate distractions. Move in closer or zoom in. Or if you want to utilize the background making an environmental image, use your depth of field or shoot in portrait mode so that your subject is the main focal point of your shot.
|7 years old|
3. Focus carefully on your subject. Sometimes your camera might pick the wrong area in the frame. Take your time and make certain you focus properly on your main subject.
|8 years old|
4. Shoot a lot of frames. Your subject is unpredictable; thus, you need to try to shoot as much as you can. The small movement or a change of angle can really make your subject look better.
|9 years old|
5. You might think your pet understands you. but to get that winning shot you need patience. Find ways to keep their attention, work quickly and avoid quick movements. You are looking to capture that moment that exemplifies your subject’s personality!
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