6. Focus on the Eyes.

I was going to use the saying ‘eyes are the windows to the soul’ as the subject but then I thought that was a little cliche however I have immediately gone and written it; basically because it is true.

Sharp and crisp eyes enable us to make an immediate connection with the subject. An uncluttered background will help draw your eye in even further as there is nothing else to distract you..

Smartphones, point and shoot cameras and DSLRs all allow us to move the focus point whether it be tapping the screen or moving a command dial. This is obviously easier when our pets are still or tired so move slowly and use some of those noises that we talked previously to get their attention.

Are you using these tips?
I would love to see some photographs that you have taken over the last few days. Post me some below! x

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