By Linda Fiorella
If you photograph your pet at eye level, chances are that you'll have some sweet results.A lot of us are addicted (OK, maybe even borderline obsessed) to taking pictures of our pets - and then sharing those snapshots with the whole wide pet world.
At some point, we've all likely had this internal dialogue: "This shot really shows off her blue eyes, but I need to find one that doesn't cut off her cute ears and really showcases the color of her fur."
We reached out to photographer Kate Lacey, who spent five years shooting purebred pups for Show Dogs: A Photographic Breed Guide, to get her five best tips for taking a stellar (read: nonblurry, frameworthy and personality-capturing) portrait of your fluffy muse.
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1. Don't Just Wing It
Whether you want a formal look or a more candid vibe, it helps to be prepared. For a posed picture, "figure out your background, as well as the best lighting and camera settings, before bringing in your pet," says Lacey. Her advice for active shots: "Carry
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