While not all of us like starring in photos, we all love to take photos of our beloved puppies and dogs. But can you really say that you can take exquisite photos, just like a professional photographer? Well, there are certain ways you can improve the quality of your puppy and dog photographs. They can be more effective and hence more beautiful. Euro Puppy would like to share some tips with you, so you yourself can be the expert pet photographer that you always wanted to be. 1. You should aim for natural light, when taking a photo of our dog. If the photo is taken in bright sunlight, the fur of your dog will reflect the sunlight. The best option is to go for natural light, where there are equal amounts of shade and sunlight. 2. The best thing is to always use a flash, even when it is relatively light outside. 3. It is best to stand at a distance of 3m from your dog when taking the shot. By zooming in – even from that distance - the photo will be much more effective. The background will become fuzzy and the image of your dog will be sharp. This will create a gorgeous contrast. 4. If at all possible, let your dog act as natural as possible. He will seem tense and unnatural if he is forced to do something that he is not used to doing. After all….your aim is to catch him in his element; in which he is his most natural self. 5. Before you want to take a photo of your dog, clean and brush his coat so that it shines. 6. Try your best to have your camera on the same level as the head of your dog. Don’t take photos from above. A shot taken from below or on the same level will ensure that the photo will be much more effective and beautiful. 7. If you have to take the photo inside your flat or house, then don’t take the photo standing opposite a window. Too much light will pour in from the outside and no matter how much you want to improve the light source by using a flash, the photo will not look good. 8. Try to get a light- or colorful background for the photo. Often dark backgrounds don’t work well, because the dark fur of a dog may wash into the background, and no contrast will be created. The surrounding area and the environment should be suitable before you endeavor on becoming an expert pet photographer! 9. The quality of your camera is important. You can’t expect a stunning photo if your camera is not of the kind of quality that will produce a high-quality photo. 10. Try to capture unusual moments. These are the photos that really capture the character of your dog or puppy and will give you many happy memories. Capturing those special moments are important for all dog lovers. Creating an album of your very own dog photos or puppy photos will give you wonderful moments that you can share with your loved ones and cherish forever. So take many photos and enjoy…