Photographing Dogs

Here are a few tips I like to follow when photographing dogs.

English Mastiff - ©Photo by Duvy McGirr — Layout and Text by Richie McGirr

Before photographing a dog I don’t know, I like to build rapport by meeting them a few days before the photo session. It helps the dog become familiar and comfortable around me and allows me to know their personality. It also helps me be mentally prepared to deal with challenging dogs.

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I studied photography at the Academy of Art University. I am a Medium member and a top writer on the topic of photography.

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Duvy McGirr

Duvy McGirr

I studied photography at the Academy of Art University. I am a Medium member and a top writer on the topic of photography.

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