If you have a pet (or pets), if you’re anything like me, you love taking photos of them. Still, it can be a challenge to get good, sharp and well-lit images at home. In this video, Matt Granger shares five tips to help you take amazing pet photos at home and depict them in all their cuteness!
If you have a pet (or pets), you know they’re too cute not to take photos of them. All the time. Google now has a new feature you might like: Google Photos is now able to recognize your furry friend among people and other animals in the photos.
From now on, you’ll be able to see photos of cats and dogs grouped alongside people. You can label them by name and search to quickly find the photos of them. You can even search by breed or by emoji to see the cat and dog photos.
We all know that photography can be a powerful tool for sending a message. A recent campaign from an animal shelter in India is a beautiful example how photography conveys a strong message and calls to action.
A series of photos created for World for All shows that there’s always room for a pet in a family, and these pictures show it in a very smart and unique way. They resemble the double meaning optical illusions; only they were made through photos, not drawings.
If you’re anything like me (and the rest of the internet) it’s safe to say you have hundreds, if not thousands of photos of your four-legged child, Fido. It’s not at all uncommon to take photos of your pet, either for the sake of sharing them with the world or archiving them so you can look back at your pooch in the future.
What is unusual is to see the roles switched. Rather than you taking a photo of your dog, your dog takes a photo of you and your family. But that’s exactly what’s happened in a little short called PhoDOGrapher.[Read More…]