Five Tips for Better Pet Photography | Teresa Berg

Dogster did this great interview a few months ago and I just wanted to share it with our blog readers. If you’re just looking for a place to start practicing with pet photography and don’t even know where to start — this article will really help.  I would suggest taking one tip at a time and practicing that technique before moving on to the next.

To read it on Dogster:  CLICK HERE  If you have trouble with this link (like some of our readers have)  you can review the list on this blog.

We cover a lot of this information (as it applies to animal rescue portraits) in our webinar, but it’s great to see it side-by-side with the sample shots.

Still room for a few more people in our webinar this coming Monday. Use the pull-down menu above to get more information. And we’ll soon be announcing the next webinar –where we will talk more about DSLRs and how to set up a photo studio on site at an animal shelter. We’ll go deeper in to different types of lighting and equipment, too.  So those of you who have already attended will get some help as you work your way in to the next level.  If you haven’t found us on facebook,  you can find us HERE

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Thanks for all you do — you really are making a difference!


  1. I’ve tried going to the Dogster website to read the article Five Tips for Better Pet Photography and I don’t see it there. I’d like to read the article, but I can’t find it.

  2. God bless you Teresa! I passed your info on to a local photographer who loves dogs. Your inspiration is perfect for her.

    I love my rescue dog Betsy like one of my children. Bravo for your wonderful MISSION! It is a blessing and appreciated.

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