Catch your pets in action!
A pet photoshoot is the best way to celebrate the relationship and the bond that you both share. While you can always lie back on smartphone cameras and photo editing apps, there is nothing quite like having your pets professionally photographed.
Whether it’s your pet’s dark day or just a photoshoot to commemorate how lovable and cuddly they look, with Magicdow’s dog studio photography Singapore we aim to give you and your furry pal a great photo taking experience.
With decades worth of experience under our belt, Magicdow has worked with various furry clients and offers services including events photography, family photography, paw-traits, and more. So if you are planning a photography session for your pet, rest assured that at Magicdow we are capable of capturing all moments, big or small. Our professional photographers are equipped with the skills to capture your pet in all its adorable, heart-melting glory.
From studios to parks to the comfort of your home, Magicdow pet photography is capable of catering to your needs. We offer a comfortable studio environment for our pet photography services and are open to outdoor photoshoots as well.
From dogs to cats to rabbits, Magicdow photography welcomes all furry friends. Each photoshoot session is catered to the individual needs of each pet, so rest assured that your pet will be taken well care of.
Professionals at pets studio photography Singapore spare no effort in making every photoshoot session pooch perfect and extra special. We at Magicdow have got you covered with some of the best tips and tricks for getting terrific shots with your pooch.
Schedule the right time for the shoot: As they say, every dog has its good and bad days. Avoid scheduling the shoot on days when they appear to be sick or look like they had a rough day if you are looking for an energetic and action-filled session. However, if you are looking for a formal portrait, schedule the shoot time when your pooch feels sleepy or has just woken up.
Dog reconnaissance is important: Let the pooch scamper and sniff around in their usual fashion of exploring and getting used to their new surroundings. At the very least, the familiarity will help them relax a little more.
Have the dog’s best friends on standby: Ask the owner to bring the dog’s favorite toy or pack of treats as an inducement to encourage better reactions and behaviour. Even if they are trained, it is possible that the pooch still has a mind of its own. Gauge the pooch’s current mood and you will know when to bring out his ‘favorite toys’ for motivation.
Capturing their picture, dog to dog: A way to get the pooch to relax is to get down to their level. This entails a sitting or lying position on the floor to meet them at their eye level. This will possibly get them to look at you (your camera) more as well.
In a nutshell, there’s no need to be dogmatic about how you take dog pawtraits. All you need to do is just think out of the box and stay positive about how you can get that great shot.
Interested in dog studio photography Singapore? Call us at +6597337541 or email us at [email protected] to know more!
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