Would you like the best photo of your furbaby? or even just a better one? Yellow Lab shares the best phone photo tips below how to do this.
We’re all big dog and animal lovers here on this site. And if there is anything I know about people who love their dogs and who give them the best to be the healthiest doggo a dog can be, is that you are super proud of your pooch and if you don’t have an Instagram for your dog, you’re probably thinking about it 😉
Newflands helps you keep your dog in tip-top condition. I want to help you show off your healthy, happy furbaby. I’m going to help you take amazing photographs of your dog, so you can flood the internet with quality photos of your pooch who’ll be instafamous in next to no time.
I am photographer YELLOW LAB dog photography (@yellowlabpetphoto on insta) and today I’m sharing my top tips on how to take better photos so you can up your insta-game and your doggy become the influencer he deserves to be.
This happens to me all the time. With my big DSLR camera AND my iPhone. I am snapping away and can just not figure out why the photograph looks out of focus. Use a microfibre cloth or clean it with your shirt.
Camera apps let you decide where you want the focus to be. Choose your focal point by tapping on the part of the screen you want in focus.
Shoot from your dog’s eye level.
You bond most when you are nose to nose with your pup and your photos will shine.
Get their attention.
This stops scrolling on feeds. Get your dog’s attention with their favourite toy or treats. Hold it close to the phone’s camera. Sometimes it’s difficult to do it all on your own, get help. Try to make funny sounds (dog crying sound, meowing or even barking!). Different sounds get other expressions and head tilts! These have been a few best phone photo tips, I have many more tips I’d love to share so you can show off your dog’s amazing personality to the world. Download your free guide here and let me know if you found my tips helpful. Tag me on Instagram @yellowlabpetphoto – I would love to see your photographs!
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