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    The trusting and spoiled Golden Retriever dreams away an afternoon by Andrew Morrell Photography, via Flickr

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  • April Dwenger RedCaboosePhotography

    Grant (a reader) sent me an email this week asking for a some tips on Pet Photography. Here’s my top ten tips on taking great photographs of your pet: 1. Start with Your Pet’s Personality Before you start photographing your pet ask yourself ‘what sets it apart from other animals?’ Think about what type of […]

  • Laura Malone

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