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Dog poses

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Dog poses. Get inspired and try out new things.
Canine Poses by Spakitty.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

These are some poses I whipped up in an hour or two You can reference off of these; no credit is needed I might add some more, but for now, have these p... Canine Poses

Houston Dog Photographer

Spring, Texas photographer who specializes in families, pets, and those in love. Pausing time and capturing authentic moments. Serving The Woodlands, Conroe, Magnolia, and Montgomery areas.

The Eyes Have It

Pet photography ideas and poses that worth to be repeated. If you want to take funny dog or cat images, these pet photography tips will be very useful before photoshoot.

Pin by Valérie Pamina on Lévriers | Dog anatomy, Dog poses, Dog sculpture

Dec 20, 2018 - This Pin was discovered by Valérie Pamina. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest

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The in-home pet photography trend that you'll wish you had done sooner. We all know the familiar saying, “Home is where the heart is.” And when it comes to the day-to-day life you share with your fur baby, this couldn’t be more true! While much pet photography you’re likely to find features dogs posing in a park (which is super-cute in its own right), there’s an emerging pet portraiture style that captures not only the unique personality of your pet, but the life you share together.
The pose has the head down, ultimately touching the floor, with the weight of the body on the palms and the feet. The arms are stretched straight forward, shoulder width apart; the feet are a foot apart, the legs are straight, and the hips are raised as high as possible. Downward Dog Pose or Downward-facing Dog Pose, also called Adho Mukha Shvanasana, is an inversion asana, often practised as part of a flowing sequence of poses, especially Surya Namaskar, the Salute to the Sun.
If you’re interested to know if you can run a profitable pet photography business part-time, today’s guest, Hanako Soncini is sure to inspire. She is Swiss, living in Canada, working full time as a teacher and on top of that, shooting for 30 paying clients a year- mostly only in the Summer break! She spends winter working on her marketing plan and has no intention of ever going full time!