Be Patient
Above all, be patient. Taking a perfect pet photo takes time, a lot of effort and a positive attitude. It might happen, it might not, but if you look at the entire experience as a way to bond with your pet, then it’s worth it no matter how the final photo turns out. And in the end, you’ll smile at every imperfect portrait because you’ll remember the experience of trying to get that one perfect face shot.

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