Great Akita Pictures. How To Take?

By: Skrisk
Are you having problems finding out how to take good akita pictures? Do you wish the akita photos you take where a lot better? It looks like whatever you try, the pictures are just so dull...

Follow your dog's thought projection. If it is indoors, get rid of the clutter, if outdoors, watch out for yard furniture, toys, distracting colours. Delete things that sink and do not add to the picture.

Place the camera at the same level at your Akita dog. By seeing your dog's point of view, it can give you extra creativity that leads to excellent photographs. Your Akita should be the center of observation. You want your dog to be relaxed and calm. Try to take the picture with him in dog's favorite hangout place or space. This can be his favorite place, under the tree in the backyard... It's his special spot and he loves to hangout there.

Try to tell a story with the picture. You have seen pictures of akitas looking out the window...The result will be a fantastic story. It would be a good idea to have your camera at hand so you can get to it quickly when you see a brilliant view.

Be prepared for the movement of your puppy, remember they are unpredictable.

If your dog has a weakness for peanut sweets, biscuits, or stinky cheese, use them to take that perfect akita pictures. This works wonderful when photographing people with dogs. Try to have the person and the dog to look both in the same direction. Make sure all parties in the picture looks sensual with one another.

Study your akita's behaviour prior to the photo session to see what sets him apart from the concentration. If you want to take special akita pictures, behavior is the key. What do they do to amuse themselves? Do they have the very thing habits as their owners?

Another pursuit to akita pictures is to take the shot when your dog isn't looking. Some of the finished photographs are taken when the dog is forgetful to the camera. It is whilst these times when you catch that certain extirpation or when he nearly looks human.

Exercise your object prior to the event. A walk or some play time will do wonders for your dog's temper and adaptability for the image session. Following these tips should help you to get that remarkable photograph of your loyal and true friend.
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