Taking good photos of your pet, horse or subjects will affect the detail of your portrait.
Good close-ups of faces to capture expressions and personalities will keep the guessing
out of the artists eyes.
Outside in natural light , without direct sunlight , makes the best photo, maybe on a cloudy
day. If it is not possible to take your pet outdoors, try putting them next to a window where
there is good light but no direct sunlight. Put your back to the window or to the side.
Get down on your pets face or neck level to take your photos. Photos taken looking down
on your pet will be distorted. Take many shots, making sure to stay slightly to the side and
not directly facing your pet. Going to your pet where it is relaxing and still , sometimes
works better than trying to "pose" it.
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