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How to Take Better Pet Portraits and People Too

Via the New York Times – another pandemic driven, rabbit centric article – Even if you don’t have an expensive camera, you can capture memorable images with your smartphone, the right software and a few tricks. “Much of the internet seems to be made of animal photos, especially pictures of cats. If it all makes you want a decent portrait of your own pet for posterity — and you can’t afford a professional photographer — just grab your smartphone. Many recent phone models include all the hardware and software you need to take a great picture of your friend. You’ll also want to consider factors like location and lighting. And remember: Let the pet rule the photo session, and never agitate or distress the animal — just wait for his or her personality to shine through the camera lens. Here’s a guide…”

See also LifeHacker – How to Pretty Up Your Photos With Google’s ‘Portrait Lighting’ on Pixel

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