10 Unique Pets Photographs Worthy of your Wall

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10 Unique Pets Photographs Worthy of your Wall

Even though the Internet is full of pet photographs, not many of them are as creative as we’d like. That’s why we compiled a list of 10 ideas for photographing your pet that will stand out from the crowd. A photoshoot with your pet can be so much more than just another selfie. Creativity is key when it comes to snapping photos of your furry friends. So, if you’re looking for some inspiration or have run out of ideas, keep reading to see our top 10 unique pet photographs that are worthy of your wall.

Try a macro shot

Macro photography is a technique in which the image is enlarged to show details that are not normally noticeable. It’s a favourite among photographers and will surely produce an excellent photo with your pet. The best way to do this is to get on the ground and get as close as possible to your pet.

Photo with other pets

Yes, you can click some photos of your pet with other pets like kittens, rabbits, and many others. This idea will your pet photograph a bit unique and when you put that photograph on the wall, it looks stunning.

Use props

One of the easiest ways to make your pet photographs more creative is to use props. You can find lots of great props at home or you can head to a thrift store, antique store, dollar store, or online retailer. With a little creativity and costuming, your pet will be ready to go in no time. You can also use props in the background by placing them on your walls, tables, or chairs. When choosing props for your photoshoot, keep them simple, and always go for colour coordination!

Create a collage

Collages are a creative way of pet photography to showcase the different sides of your pet. Most colleges use pictures that are taken around the same time, but it’s also possible to create a montage of various times of your pet’s life.

Experiment with varied angles and poses

Experiment with different angles and poses that will make your pet stand out in the photograph. Some of our favourite ideas include taking pictures from below, framing your pet from behind, or capturing them from above. And don’t be afraid to experiment with props. Not every photo has to be taken on a white background. Try using a colorful wall or flower pot as the backdrop for your picture instead. Another idea is to include an interesting prop like a hat, cup, plate of food, or toy in the shot to draw attention away from the fact that it’s an animal photo. Lastly, you should always make sure you have a good camera on hand when photographing your pet. Whether it’s your phone or DSLR, you can still take beautiful photographs of your furry friends if you know what type of equipment to use.

Don’t forget the background

The background you choose is just as important as the pet itself. Take your pet outside to get a natural backdrop, or pick up an inexpensive poster board at the store to create a feeling of depth in the photo. A great way to display your pet’s personality is by adding props like costumes, furniture, or even a favourite toy. Pets also love playing dress-up. Try getting them into some cute outfits and snapping photos with them! Taking pictures of your furry friends can be difficult if they don’t cooperate. The best way to get them in front of the camera is to use treats like peanut butter or tuna!

Wet Pose

This is the most adorable photograph pose of pets. You need to first wet your pet and click some good poses of that. These are more unique poses among others.

Pet Expressions

This kind of photograph took time as you have to wait for the best expression that makes pet photographs more unique.

Underwater Pet Photographs

Very less photographs are available of this pose. So you have the option to click pet photo underwater. This will make the photo most stunning and unique.

HDR processing is a must

HDR processing is a must for photographing pets. This process “brings out details in the shadows and highlights of a photo that might otherwise be lost due to limitations on the dynamic range of the sensor’s colour space or because of limitations in the film”.


Pictures of our pets are always a hit on social media, and there are so many creative ways you can take your pet’s photographs. Whether you go outside to capture a few pictures or stay inside with lights, there are plenty of options for taking photos of your pets that will get people talking. This list is just the beginning of endless possibilities!

Featured Photo by Blue Orchid Creations Photography
Caitlyn Knuth

This is Caitlyn Knuth from Vancouver, Canada. I am a teacher, traveler, and story writer.

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