There's no need for you to buy expensive 35-mm. camera equipment to take pictures of your Siberian Husky. The way technology has advanced, and the way prices have dipped, you can take high quality pictures of your Siberian Husky with an inexpensive or reasonably priced camera phone or digital camera. Digital photography technology makes taking stunning photographs of your Siberian Husky easier than it's ever been. By following just five easy steps, you can take Siberian Husky pictures like a pro.

In no time at all, you'll have Siberian Husky pictures so clear and vivid, you'll want to upload them into a digital photo frame and display at your office or in your home. You'll have pictures worth printing and putting in your scrapbook. You'll have pictures that will be perfect for your computer desktop wallpaper, pictures perfect for screensavers and pictures worth sharing with your friends online. Your dog is always there for you, and these five tips for taking digital pictures of your Siberian Husky dog will help you capture your Husky's personality in pictures.

Tip number one is to be prepared. Before you start taking your Siberian Husky pictures, you should make a checklist of everything you are going to need to complete your project. Include items like making sure you have a fresh memory card in your camera with plenty of storage capacity, so you won't get a “card full” message when your dog finally strikes the perfect pose. Start with fresh batteries, and keep a spare set handy. Decide whether you'll take pictures of your Siberian Husky indoors or outdoors, and secure the location, for your dog's safety, if you decide to shoot outdoors.

Tip number two is to use a helper. When you're trying to take great pictures of your Siberian Husky, you need someone to help you stage the dog, pose the dog, chase the dog, groom the dog, light the dog – you get the idea. Find a friend whom your dog likes and who likes your Husky, and ask if they'd be willing to act as your helper for a few hours and help you take pictures of your Siberian Husky. With the Siberian Husky's confident, free spirited personality, these photo sessions can be a lot of fun.

Tip number three is to use a backdrop for the best Siberian Husky pictures. The Siberian Husky, with its white coat, looks great when photographed against a dark colored background. On the other hand, the Husky also looks spectacular photographed in its natural habitat, like a snowy landscape. Your backdrop should be uncluttered so all the attention is focused on your Siberian Husky.

Tip number four is to use physical objects. Props are fun when taking pictures of Siberian Husky puppies, because they can emphasize the dog's youth and small size. Colorful dog toys are popular choices for props, as are stuffed animals, oversize shoes and potted flowers.

Tip number five is to get down to your dog's level. Don't take Siberian Husky pictures while you are standing up. Get down in height to get to eye level with your dog, and then start taking your pictures. Both candid shots and portrait style shots of your dog gazing into the camera at eye level will look better than a view of the top of your dog's back, which you get when you photograph your dog from standing up.

With these quick, easy tips, you'll soon be taking professional quality pictures of your Siberian Husky.

Source by Andrew A Preston