Cute Pet Photo Shoot Ideas in NYC

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Ideas for a Spring Pet Photo Shoot in NYC

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Spring has sprung and it’s time to do what humans do at the start of a new season: take a bunch of pictures. New York City has so many great locations to choose from, including your own apartment. Think about the type of pet photo shoot you want to stage or if you want to have a theme. And when you decide that you want to take cute photos of your pet this spring, we have some ideas for you. From dogs to pocket pets, get creative with the props and settings of your pet photo shoot and have some fun with a spring inspired shoot.

Spring Pet Photo Shoot Ideas in NYC

Dogs

When it comes to the pet with the opportunity for the most versatile photo shoot, dogs take the cake. Dogs are able to go outside, not that cats or pocket pets can’t, but it’s definitely not the norm. You can adventure to one of your favorite spots, or even have a photo shoot from the comfort of your own home. Since dogs are able to go outside, we think that’s the best place to host your photo shoot. Here are some tips for an outdoor spring photo shoot with your doggo.

pet photo shootLocation: Central Park has a variety of different areas that you can have your pet photo shoot. There’s the Bethesda Fountain if you’re looking for an iconic shot of the area. Or you can venture to one of the many bridges that are located throughout Central Park. Several of them even have flower blooms, and since it’s spring, you could probably find a location that is blooming, adding to the cuteness of your photo shoot.

Props: Props are important when it comes to pet photo shoots. Bring something with you like your pooch’s favorite toy or something that brings them genuine happiness. When you want to take cute pics of your doggo, you want them to be enjoying themselves. And what better tool to get a smile out of your pooch than by bringing their favorite toys along. You can also dress them in a cute outfit or a flower crown if you’re that kind of pawrent.

pet photo shootTime of Day: Lighting is important for taking photos, so if you’re going with an outdoor photo shoot, you want to take them at the right time of day. If the sun is too bright, it will make your pictures look blown out. Early morning, before noon and after 4pm are the best times of day to take photos, so keep that in mind when planning your pet photo shoot.

Cats

These pets are known to be inside creatures, especially in NYC. If you’re one of those cat owners that takes their cat outdoors, you can steal some inspiration from the dog photo shoot ideas above. But if you’re like the majority of cat owners that keeps their pet indoors, an indoor photo shoot would probably make the most sense. Cats are feisty creatures though, so we hope you’ve got the patience and the reaction time to get some good photos.

Location: Determine the best place in your home to try and host the shoot. Try to stay away from directly in front of windows, as the lighting might be too bright. You can try and catch them snoozing in their bed, or candidly sitting on their favorite ledge.

Props: If you’re trying to get some action shots of your cat, have them play with their toy. Or even give them some catnip before and catch them doing some strange stuff on camera. The mood you’re trying to capture from your cat, should dictate the props and setting that you want to shoot them in. You can add some flowers or pops of spring colors to tie in the spring theme.

Time of Day: You want to find a time when the light is shining into your apartment, but not shining directly into your apartment.

Pocket Pets

These little guys have the potential for some cute photos. But with pocket pets the biggest risk you run is that they will scamper away before you can get a photo, if you take them out of their cage that is.

Location: Depending whether you want to keep them in their cage or take them out, you can pick a location for your pocket pet photo shoot. If you have some items to make an enclosed space, you can have them out of the cage and candidly take photos of them scurrying around or doing whatever it is that pocket pets do when they’re out of their cages.

Props: Toys or even little treats are great props for a pocket pet photo shoot. Just like humans, pets love to eat, and they kind of stop what they’re doing when they get fed. If you want to take that approach, you may be able to get some cute photos of your hamster or guinea pig shoving their face with food. Try adding some of your house plants to the background of the photo to bring that natural element to your pet photo shoot.

Time of Day: Just like a cat photo shoot, you want to find a time when the light is shining into your apartment, but not shining directly into your apartment so that the photos aren’t blown out.

Fun and Reliable Pet Sitters in NYC

Photo shoots aside, when it comes to finding a reliable pet sitter in NYC, we’ve got you covered. Our professional and reliable NYC pet sitters are available 7 days a week for pet sitting. At Bingo, we make your pet our priority. That means that we try to offer them as much of co-parenting experience as possible while you’re away. We keep their routine in-tact and give them all the love and attention they deserve while you’re gone. Next time you’re in need of a pet sitter in NYC, let us make your pet our priority.

 

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