Say Woof! 7 Tips for Taking Creative Photos of Your Pup

Photo by: Tracey Clark
Snuggle Up
If your pets will let you, get in as close as you possibly can and shoot away. A tight, close crop like this one can warm anyone's heart, even on the coldest of ... more 
Photo by: Tracey Clark
Snuggle Up
If your pets will let you, get in as close as you possibly can and shoot away. A tight, close crop like this one can warm anyone's heart, even on the coldest of nights. Seriously, who needs a blanket when you've got pictures like these? Aaww.
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Wed, Nov 14, 2012 5:46 PM EST

After choosing to be surrounded by cats for nearly my entire life, it's still hard for me to really believe that I have become a dog person. But alas, I have crossed over into the dog side and have not one, but two pups. Life takes some strange turns. Mine has unexpectedly led me down Canine Lane. Once my dogs Junie and Grady won my heart-I'll admit, it didn't take long-they also won the attention of my lens. As it is with my children, these two dogs just might be the most photographed dogs on the planet. That's the dog's life you get when you're adopted by a photographer. Cute, quirky, and joined at the hip, these too characters never cease to tip the adorable scale which makes for some pretty charming photos. Without further ado, here's 7 of my favorite photos of my dogs (and the photography tips to go with them). Be prepared for cute overload! - By Tracey Clark


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