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Tips for the APN PhotographerAdding Artistic Flair to Your Animal PhotographyTips for the APN Photographer by JenFruzz
So many people love photographs of animals. From a begging puppy to the intense gaze of a tiger, there's something beautiful and grabbing about domestic and wildlife portraiture. If you have spent much time in the animal-related photography galleries, you know the rate of submissions is pretty fast. There is a constant influx of new work being submitted all day, every day. Many photographers starting out in this arena often wonder how they can make their animal photography stand out in the crowd. Check out these two helpful hints to add some flair to your animal photography!
The Rule of Thirds and Depth of Field:
We often see portraits of animals where the subject is placed directly in the center of the frame and everything is in focus. While this may seem organized and tidy to the photographer, the viewer may scroll past this without really seeing it. Using the