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Dorchester Center, MA 02124
Hello, fellow dog lovers! Today I want to talk about a very important topic: what do you do with all the photos you take of your furry friends? Do you just keep them on your phone or computer, never to be seen again? Do you occasionally scroll through them and smile, but then forget about them? Do you share them on social media, hoping for likes and comments, but then move on to the next post? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then I have some news for you: you are wasting your precious dog photos!
That’s right, you heard me. You are missing out on so many opportunities to make the most of your adorable snapshots. You see, dog photos are not just for your own enjoyment. They are also for the enjoyment of others. And by others, I mean everyone. Everyone in the world deserves to see how cute your dog is. Everyone in the world deserves to feel the joy that your dog brings you. Everyone in the world deserves to know that your dog exists and is awesome.
So, what can you do with your dog photos? Well, let me tell you. There are so many creative and fun ways to use them. Here are just a few examples:
These are just some of the many ways you can use your dog photos. The possibilities are endless. The point is, don’t let your dog photos go to waste. They are valuable and precious resources that can brighten up your day and the day of others. So go ahead and make something with them. You will be glad you did. And so will your dog.
If not, let’s not beat around the bush, go to my course and sign up and take even BETTER photos of your dog!
In this course, I will teach you everything you need to know about taking amazing pet photos, including:
I will also be hosting a series of live streams to go over a small mini course to get you started, a live photoshoot with the pugs, and a Q&A session to answer all your questions about Pet Photography!
The Course is currently live! If you are impatient or don’t care about live streams and Q&As and just want to get right to learning you can do so here: