These hilarious photos are ‘poocher-perfect’ and prove man’s best friend just loves life in front of the camera. Jason Checkla abandoned taking wedding photos and now has a money-spinning business snapping dogs and their owners.
He got the idea after getting his own pooch to strike a pose. His work is now so popular that the New York-based snapper made more than £4,700 snapping nearly 100 canines in the space of just four hours.
He said: “It is not nearly as saturated a market for professional work as people-photography is.
“Photographing dogs is a whole different animal – pun intended – than people.
“Having the ability to communicate effectively with dogs and their owners, owning the right type of camera and lens and being able to operate the camera in such a way that you can best capture a dog’s personality in the best light, even when they’re running at full speed, are all challenges a pet photographer will encounter. ”
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