We all have camera rolls filled with adorable photos of our pooch—selfies at thePark; snuggles on theCouch. But while these are precious memories, they’re not really “frame-worthy” quality. Here, we’ve come up with theThe ultimate list of inspiration to help inspire you in your photography theYour best photos of your best friend. You can create a dog-themed album and share your favorites with family members and friends.
- Photo tips
- Dog Picture Ideas
Tips forYour DogPhotos
Make Everyday Shots shine
Light can be used to enhance ordinary photos. Whether it’s using a sunset as the perfect backdrop or harsh morning light to make a snuggle shot totally atmospheric—light can transform your composition.
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High Shutter Speed
Depending on theIt may not work depending on the lighting conditions and aperture you choose. You can still capture the moment by using a faster shutter speed. the moment—not to mention those epic action shots.
Before you Snap
The things we love most about many thePhotos featured here look like ordinary moments captured beautifully. Be mindful before you start moving around and snapping photos. the composition and what you can do to make your shot “frame worthy.”
Remember the Rule of Thirds
You don’t need to include your dog in every shot. theMiddle of theLooking directly at the frame theCamera. Take a look for unique angles—like from above—and frame your shot in a way that’s visually interesting rather than familiar.
Keep their individuality in mind
A shot of your dog taken in theWhile a dog on a kayak or in a bathtub might be great, it may not show the full extent of your dog’s interests. You can use this list to inspire you. theHow to capture your dog’s love for certain activities theMost artistic way possible.
25 Dog Picture Ideas
1. Surfs Up
This pup is clearly a pro. But even if you’re taking your dog supping for theCapturing in such a unique location can reveal a lot of their personality. You can also capture an amazing sunset.
2. 2. The Outdoor Bath
This may prove difficult if your dog hates baths. You can use a bucket and some bubbles to get your camera set up on a tripod. Whether you get them shaking off bubbles or relaxing, it’s bound to be cute. For more ‘awws’ check out this list of dog quotes.
Chances are if you have a baby, your dog thinks it’s their job to protect them (and nap with them, too). This is how you can capture their sweet bond. theDog is looking into his owner’s eyes theBassinet
It’s going to be great fun for theBoth of you. The way theLight bounces off theBubbles can add a lot of color to the scene and create visual interest. This dog here is quite obedient—but if yours tries to bite them, it could be an even better shot.
5. Space is your playground
We are sure your dog is very happy. theYour universe’s center. But they don’t have to be at theThe center of theFrame. We love this up-close shot that highlights this pup’s kind eyes and fluffy muzzle against a white backdrop.
6. Party Pup
Celebrate your dog’s birthday by throwing them a festive photoshoot. We love theThis party hat is used here. the balloons in theBackgrounds can be fun and add color to the room.
7. Windows Down
Next time your dog sticks its head out of the window, the window, don’t bark forYou can’t force them to come back in. Grab your macro lens to capture their ears and tongues. theWind.
8. Tail to Tail
Sometimes theMost of the best framesable photos of our pets can be found here the most unexpected. Instead of focusing solely on their adorable faces, encourage your dog and their friend to sit side by side. Give your dog a new sibling. Matching dog names are an option.
9. For seniors, black and white
Are you nostalgic for your beloved older dog? In a classic black-and white photo, capture their charming personality. This shot shows off their white spots and owner beautifully.
10. Play together
A dog’s eyes are a special way to look at their owner. Take a photo of your pup playing with or alongside you theFamily to keep these precious memories for ever.
11. Strike a Pose
You’re probably going to need a handful of treats forThis is the one. After they are in, however, you should get them in. thePerfectly-regal Position for their portrait, it’s going to be well worth it. We love how this dog looks into the camera. thecamera
12. Shoot a Silhouette
Click away! Get your dog facing a pink sunset, foggy sunrise, or bright hilltop. This shot combines light and darkness to create a moody silhouette.
13. The Purse Peek Out
Are you happy with your pet? theWhat do you carry with you? To show how tiny they are, capture them in their doggie bag.
It’s possible to get your dog to pose for you forPlace them against a wall, and sprinkle some confetti on top. You can capture their surprise expressions. theThey are surrounded by colorful objects that create a wonderful visual movement.
15. Dress up
Put them in cute dog outfits if you have one. You can also add a pair sunglasses, a hat, or some socks to make it more interesting.
16. Catch The Sunset
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The way theThe sunset is reflected on theSand is a beautiful thing. This shot is even more beautiful because of the way it shows off. theThe contrast between a woman and her dog is so striking that it automatically becomes theCenter of attention.
17. These Shoes Should Have Them
Your dog may seem to be interested in a particular thing forShoes? Show your appreciation by buying them a pair of shoes. It’s cute to get them in a pair of shoes they have chewed up.
18. Couch Snuggles
Does your dog have a ‘spot’ on theHow do you couch? You can capture their classic position of snuggle or how they perch. theSide and look out theWindow (or at) the kids). Make sure you keep your children safe. theKeep your eyes on the target to ensure you are focused and know exactly where they are. theFocus on their beautiful faces.
We can’t get enough of this downward angle. It’s playful and fun, plus, theFocus is beautiful. You get a sense of movement while still feeling like you’re looking right into this pup’s eyes.
20 Shake Shake
It may be a horrible thing for you if your dog gets out of control. thehouse but for the sake of photography, it’s pretty great. Use it to spray them. theTo capture this dynamic shot, you can either take them to their favourite watering hole or hose. Make sure you keep your shutter speed low to capture the best shots. theMoment.
There’s nothing quite as soft as a dogs ears, is there? You might also like theThe photo above is a play with negative space. This photo also features the dogs cute ears.
Position your dog in your purse, bag or backpack forThis is a beautiful shot. This shot is so adorable from behind. theLooking up at the lens theDoggy forSomething a little more special.
Grab your macro lens and focus in on your pup’s best feature. Whether it’s their shiny black nose or fluffy ears, this photo will highlight their most adorable feature.
This is an amazing shot or not? We love how theChildren chase after their dreams theHere is your dog. But, if you don’t have kids, an action shot of your dog running through a field is bound to be photogenic.
Do you have a dog who is always pointing their tongue? You should capture it. It’s a great opportunity to capture a piece of their personality and zoom in on their beautiful facial features.
No matter if your dog is a swimmer, runner, or just a lover of long naps and playing with others the kids—look at your dog doing what they love through a different lens. You can improve your dog’s photography skills by taking extra time to reframe the shot or going to the beach at sunrise.