- Great quality
- Usually has more photo storage than an iPhone
- Great quality
- More convenient weight wise
- Not professional
- Photos take up way to much storage on the iPhone
Photos I’ve taken with my iPhone 6s
I think personally it is easier for me to use my iPhone because I have it all the time with me and it is much lighter than a camera.
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I like my photos to be natural. On my 3 Instagram accounts thetweendogist, elittlelou, and Maltipoo_of_Manhattan I have only used filters or edited my photos a few times.
Because I like to work off of natural light. Photos that are taken with a natural essence cannot really keep that natural feeling if filters are included.
I don’t think that we need to use filters in our photos to make them look good.
A natural photo with no filters to me would seem a bit more professional than one with filter(s). This is because a photographers best friend is natural light.
It may be necessary to brighten the photo if it is too dark. I once used a an editor to edit Bentley the standard poodle’s photo because at the angle that I took the photo there wasn’t enough light.
I only use filters about 3 times on my private account, twice on my thetweendogist, and I haven’t created any posts yet on the last account.
That’s I try to stray away from filters and editing apps.
This is my first post on @thetweendogist blog!
How to take the best dog photos/How I take photos on my @thetweendogist instagram account
🐾The best dog photos when taken need patience.
🐩 Step 1: Have some thing the dog wants for instance a squeaky toy or treat.
🐶 Step 2: Move this object around your camera’s lens. This way the dog will be looking the lens. Tip: If the dog is a bit jumpy at first wait for it to calm down and then take a/the photo when they are calm. I guarantee that photo will come out great.
🐕 Step 3: Well… There is no step three. It’s as easy as that all you need is patience, and a camera.
Here are some of my favorite dog photos: They are among the many photos I have taken.
If you love dogs make sure to follow: @thetweendogist on Instagram (I sometimes dog cat photos if you’re more of a cat person.)