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  • Reducing camera shake

    Blurry photos due to camera shake is something we’ve all encountered before and it’s especially common for those of us with unsteady hands. To lend a steady hand, we’re giving you a few techniques to reduce camera shake and ensure that your photos are always crisp and clear. Camera shake is one of the biggest…

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  • How to clean your dog’s ears

    Ear cleaning is an essential part of your dog’s basic grooming routine. All dogs should have their ears cleaned from time to time, and some dogs will require more frequent and thorough cleaning than others – especially those prone to ear infections. Here’s what you need to know about cleaning your dog’s ears.Whether they’re long…

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  • The Rule of Thirds

    Earlier this year, we began diving into composition as part of our Calendar Pets series, starting with a few pointers. Today, we’re taking a look at the rule of thirds — a helpful rule to abide by when setting up your shots. The rule of thirds is a basic rule of composition which in a…

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  • Tag the Wags Printable Posters

    Throughout June and July, we asked our fellow pet lovers to help us find our Bags O’ Wags buddies in a series of tricky puzzles on our website. But now our Tag the Wags campaign is over and to say thank you to those who took part – and to share some of the joy…

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  • Depth of Field

    You may have heard the term depth of field but if you are new to photography you may not know how it can improve your photos. Simply put, depth of field is the distance between the closest and furthest points in an image that are in acceptable focus or appears acceptably sharp . Read on…

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