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8 Top Dog Photography Tips (And Some Really Cute Photos)

These fun and easy tips that will help you shoot stunning photos of man's best friend.

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We've got some fun content for you today to bring a little bit of enjoyment to your Monday! It's from our friend COOPH who have teamed up with the talented photographer Anne Geier to bring you some top dog photography tips.

Anne Geier is a professional dog photographer and with the help of COOPH, she has put together a list of 8 key tips and tricks you should consider next time you aim your lens at your favourite pet

Tips include shooting with fast shutter speeds to capture action, playing in shallow water to add a bit of splash and working at a dog's eye level to create a different perspective. 

Watch the video, pick up a few tips and share your results with us over in our gallery. Plus, take a look at some of Anne's amazing work below. 

 

8 Top Dog Photography Tips (And Some Really Cute Photos): Dogs

 

8 Top Dog Photography Tips (And Some Really Cute Photos): Dog

 

8 Top Dog Photography Tips (And Some Really Cute Photos): Dog

 

8 Top Dog Photography Tips (And Some Really Cute Photos): Dog

 

8 Top Dog Photography Tips (And Some Really Cute Photos): Dog

 

8 Top Dog Photography Tips (And Some Really Cute Photos): Dog

 

8 Top Dog Photography Tips (And Some Really Cute Photos): Dog

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12 36 7 United Kingdom
27 Jan 2019 1:40PM
Having a dog (or a horse) ***** up his ears always makes a better picture. (perhaps use something that makes a strange noise)
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