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Features March 2017 Issue

How to Take Better Pictures of Your Dog — and Your Dog with Kids in the Same Frame

Once photojournalist Jann Tenenbaum took her first portrait of Naboo, she stopped snapping shots of royalty and heads of state and switched to dogs only

How to Take Better Pictures of Your Dog — and Your Dog with Kids in the Same Frame

Three professional photographers give advice you can easily apply even with the camera on your smart phone.

Photojournalist Jann Tenenbaum used to train her camera lens on subjects with names like Queen Elizabeth, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Bruce Springsteen, Pope John Paul II, and hockey great Wayne Gretzky. Her pictures appeared in publications ranging from The New York Times to USA Today. Then a friend of hers was on the way to Los Angeles one morning when her plane was rammed into the World Trade Center during the 9/11 attacks. With no one left to care for her friendís dog, a golden retriever named Naboo, Ms. Tenenbaum adopted him, photographed him as a way of dealing with her grief, and never looked back. Today she takes pictures only of subjects with names like Trixie, Lucky, Queenie, and Duke. Really good pictures.

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