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How To Take A Good Photo Of Your Personal Pets

Pets are important members of our homes. It is only natural that we would want to capture their images for memory’s sake.

Unlike humans, they do not sit and pose for photographs. They move, feel uncomfortable, or get spooked when you are taking the photo.

You need a few things to take a good photo of your pets:

  • Good plan
  • Creativity
  • Readiness for any unexpected turn
  • A good dose of patience. You’ll need it.

Based on our experience taking photos of personal pets, here are five things we would like to share with you. Follow these tips and you will be on your way to mastering animal photography soon!


How to take a good photo of your personal pets in 5 steps:

  1. Read their body language

It is essential to know and interpret their behavior. Ask yourself:

  • Are they angry or sleepy? Are they tired or bored?
  • Do they obey your instructions? Will they sit on command?
  • What things make them stay still?
  • Is there any quirky detail that would look great on the photo? Maybe your pet raises one eyebrow when curious and you’d love to capture that expression.

Take photos when your pets are most relaxed. This could be after eating, sleeping, or a long day of play. You want them still. It will help you take good shots without running after them.

  1. Stay at your pet’s eye level

Get down on all fours or your stomach. This will help you capture them at eye-level. Eye-level portraits are more personal and appealing.

If you are taking a photo of a horse, get on his eye-level. But shoot from a safe distance so that you are not in harm’s way.

Remember to focus on the eyes. Keep the background blurred and zoom on the face. The Aperture Priority (AP) setting on a zoom lens can work here.


  1. No flash

There is nothing that can spook your pets than your camera flash. It scares them and gives them red-eye on the photo. You also risk washing out the background or your pet’s color when you use flash.

It is best to use natural light, even if you are shooting indoors. If you still have low light, try opening the aperture to allow in more light.

  1. Capture them in action

Take photos when they are playing with a toy, rolling from one side to another, or are playing with a family member.

Play around with different settings if you have a digital camera at home. You could try using the shutter priority mode. You can also use continuous focus so that you can take many shots while pressing the shutter button.

If your pets are not hyperactive and prefer to sleep all day, do not worry. Take some pictures when they are resting. This is their natural state and would look candid in the picture.

Whether active or passive, the goal is to capture their true essence or personality.


  1. Use the right lens

We recommend using a wide-angle lens if you are shooting outdoors. The wide lens is good because it will capture the surrounding.

A telephoto lens can help you if the pet is far, and you don’t want to interfere with the action. It is also useful for taking pictures of shy pets who do not like your proximity. Use it to capture your pets playing with family members or engaging with the environment.

Your pets will come close to you and try tapping the camera with their nose, paws, or tongues. So, use a polarizing filter. It will protect your lens from moisture, fur, hair, and dust in the environment.

More tips:

  • Keep a bag of treats with you.
  • Be patient. It may take a while to get your pet to relax in front of the camera.
  • Control your movements. Be slow and gentle so you do not spook your pet.


Taking a good photo of your personal pets is a mix of technique, timing, and patience. Capture your pets at eye level and take lots of close-ups, where possible. Choose a time when they are most relaxed or playful, and take as many shots as possible. Be extra patient in case they get shy in front of the camera, and remember to give lots of treats.

Top 5 Tips to Keep in Mind for a Macro Photographer

Macro Photographer

You might have heard about Candy Cam and B612; the chances are high that you might have even ‘posed’ for candid pictures. With DSLR being the new sensation of candid and wildlife photography, grew from being a passion to a career to most of the people, especially, the camera lens lovers. With that said, you must know that there are various kinds of photographies present in camera and lens world, of which, macro photography holds a special place. For those who don’t know, macro photography is nothing but focusing and capturing small objects and representing them in a life-sized or larger format. The most macro photography objects comprise of spiders, insects, and flowers. There are specific tips to carry with you to be a pro in the same field. Let us hit the article to know more of the leads.

Right macro lens- the first and the foremost object you may want to carry with you is nothing but an excellent macro lens. At present, you can attain a macro mode in any camera you buy. But for you to achieve the best resolution and magnification of 1:1, you should purchase those lenses that are dedicated to macro photography. The best-recommended camera brand for macro photography is Canon.


Suitable subject- the second main tip to keep in mind is the subject or the model you are choosing to capture. You must know that every object will not make a tremendous macro picture, for that you should need a relatively small picture. The most pictures captured in this mainstream is nature, mostly insects, raindrops, and small plants.

Enlarged focal length- the third tip to keep in mind is the focal length you must keep in track. The main aim of attainting the macro pictures is to get the full closeup of the object without disturbing or being a nuisance to these objects. This is why you must have a longer focal lens. Some of the recommended focal lenses for these kinds of photography are none other than the Tokina AT-X 100mm f/2.8 PRO D Macro Lens that comprises of having more than 90mm.


Assisted Techniques- the next tip is to capture the best picture with the help of some assisted objects. There are other equipments called a diopter and filter effects that can help the photographer to capture without losing the aesthetic sense. Some other aided tools comprise of Bellows or tubes and even lens adapters.

Pay attention to the tiny details- the next tip to keep in mind is to keep an eye on the details of the objects. You must never alter or change the focus into something else, instead keep the focal length at par with your object. There are various tips fled across the internet to teach you all about how to remain the accurate focal length and capture the good side of the object.