do you know how to take a photo portrait of your pet

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  1. cyrillejubert

    cyrillejubert cyrillejubert

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    Hi folks
    Most of the pet lovers want to take photo portraits of their beloved dog
    but who knows how to take a professional photo ?
    It is part of my job as I am dog portraitist who paints portraits from photos

    I give you my tips tricks and advices on this page
    http://thedogmuseum.com/photos.html

    feel free to use it
    you will enhance your dog photo album
     
  2. candy722

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    Thanks for the good tip.
     
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    Renee750il Felurian

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    Thank you for sharing your expertise! You know, I've never really become enamored of the digital cameras. Most don't have lenses worth using. Sony has put Zeiss lenses on a couple of theirs; Nikon is making digitals, and the new Canons are a real step up in the digital arena, but I'd rather spend the money I'd spend on a decent digital camera on new lenses for my old 35mm Nikon - after all, the lab is only too happy to burn a CD from negatives.

    I've also found I like to keep the camera loaded with Fuji's 800 asa Superia Xtra. Is it available to you? In my camera, it gives me the definition and color that is usually only obtainable with a slower film.
     

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