Most of us think of our pets as members of the family. So it makes sense we'd want to capture their cutest moments on camera. But while some pets can sit and stay, they aren't exactly known for striking a pose. From turning off the flash to where you should focus your frame, here are some tips from Steve Grubman, photographer of Friskies and Alpo ads, for taking picture purr-fect photos of your pet .
1. Turn off the flash. It can frighten your animal. Plus, there's no easy way to get rid of red-eye, says Grubman. Instead, shoot in a place with plenty of natural light. If your pictures come out blurry, use a higher ISO setting, which allows you to take clearer photos with no flash.
2. Let Fifi be the location scout. It's best to capture your pet in her favorite hangout spot, doing her own thing. "Putting your animal in an uncomfortable or unfamiliar setting for the sake of a picture is destined to fail, because she can become skittish and withdrawn,"Read More »from How to Take the Perfect Pet Portrait