If you’re like most new puppy owners, you’re probably super excited to start taking pictures of your Miniature Siberian Husky puppy. Of course, it’s a lot harder than it looks to take good pictures of your Mini Husky puppy. However, it doesn’t have to be. Here are some tried and true tips for catching those precious moments with your pup.
Get Your Miniature Siberian Husky Used to Your Camera
Your puppy will probably be very curious about your camera. The click and flash of the camera may startle your pup. Let him or her sniff your camera before you start your photo session to eliminate any issues while capturing those cute moments.
Go Ahead & Take Lots of Pictures
The more photos you take, the better chance you have of capturing just the right shot. It’s really a numbers game when it comes to get the right pose from your precious pooch.
Get Down on Your Mini Husky’s Level
If you’re standing over your pup to take a photo, your photos are just going to look like everyone else’s. Try squatting down at your pup’s level to get some fresh photos you’ll be proud to pass around.
Pick the Best Background for Your Photo Shoot
Simple backgrounds will make your dog stand out more. Have him or her stand or sit about 12 feet in front of your background so your pup will be more in focus than whatever scenery is around. Also, pay attention to color. Don’t try to take pictures of black dogs on black backgrounds or brown dogs on brown backgrounds.
Don’t Be Afraid to Enlist Some Help
When it comes to taking perfect pet portraits, even the pros need a little help from time to time. Try having a friend use a squeaky toy to elicit a regal profile or a head-on shot. You may want to use your help as a distraction for an over-excited pooch.
The biggest thing to remember when your taking photos of your Miniature Siberian Husky puppy is to get creative and playful. Have fun during the photo shoot and do your best to avoid getting stressed out.
Don’t got any Mini Huskies to take photos of? No worries; we can help you out with that. Visit this link to learn more about getting on the Miniature Husky puppy wait list.