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Anonymous
anonymous

Posted on August 3, 2009

I LOVE photography, infact I want to be a famous photographer one day! I practice at home taking pictures of nature, animals, my siblings, family, and other cool stuff too. Here is a tip to get your dog or cat to look at the camera! *first, you wi… more ›
Kaytee
AshleyPooh21

Posted on May 2, 2009 | 14

What do you think of my picture of McGuinness?
Krista
TollerLuv

Posted on May 1, 2009 | 10

What kind of camera do you use? What settings do you use? I just got a really spiffy digital camera with all sorts of options. I am having loads of fun playing with them all but I was wondering what everyone else uses.
Heather
Daltongang

Posted on April 12, 2009 | 4

I just wanted to appeal to everyone who has not already decided which shelter they will give their votes to - GIVE THEM TO CMHS! Central Missouri Humane Society serves over 50 counties and took in over 7500 animals last year. WHAT DO I LOVE THE MOST … more ›
CAnn
CAnn

Posted on April 10, 2009 | 2

I find that the best way to capture great photos of your pets is to let them be natural, follow them aroud rather than trying to make them pose.. make a game of it...have a camera with a good speed...and always be ready for the shot!..my cat has come… more ›
CathyJ528
CathyJ528

Posted on April 8, 2009 | 1

This is my crazy, gray calico Sybil. She won't let me make the bed without climbing under the sheets, holding them up with her paws, and playing! She goes crazy when I play with her feet through the sheets!
Janice B.
BCMomx5

Posted on April 3, 2009 | 10

Don't know about anyone else, but I love taking holiday pictures! This picture was done a couple of years ago, all are mine except top left, who was my foster boy at the time! Considering he was a wild child, everyone was shocked to see him being s… more ›
Meghan   H.
petcrazed

Posted on March 30, 2009 | 3

i tried sooo hard to do this, to get the perfect picture of Prince. Prince is my toy poodle. We tried for about an hour possibly longer...and guess what we did not get the picture how i wanted it. I had to hold him in my hand. It is his picture n… more ›
Bailey L.
belcansing

Posted on March 25, 2009 | 3

If you put a treat in a kong you can cover it up by a blanket and it looks like the pet is hiding.
nick
ncik7891

Posted on March 11, 2009 | 5

I got a perfect pic! This is our dog Georgie! He is blind and has only 3 legs.He is almost 14! He is still active chasing rabbits in the yard. But he is still very cute!
christy m.
rblcm

Posted on March 3, 2009 | 2

I take many pics of my dogs, my favorites by far are the outdoor unsuspecting shots. I have managed to pose them, but I get them to do it themselves by involving them in my plan, on occasion my two girls are summonsed. I just love the looks of the do… more ›
Lauren M.
Lmann

Posted on March 3, 2009 | 2

I know how you feel! I have took tons of pictures of my dog where at the last minute she turns her head or starts barking or jumps up or runs.
Carol W.
blklabmom

Posted on March 3, 2009 | 16

so what do you think is the best way to take a photo of a pet outdoors? pose them or try to get them in one of many action modes?

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