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Inspire Me Cards: A Posing Guide For Dogs
It's a dog's life

Who says sit and stay are the only tools in your arsenal? Design Aglow presents 50 feisty fidolicious cards that will have pet owners begging for more. Simply bring this posing guide chock full of dozens of ideas along to any pet session for quick tips your canine camera hams will flip over. Also included are ideas for other posable pets, safety and more. With plenty ideas to keep you out of the dog house, you're assured divine canines will tame any frame.

Featuring stunning imagery from:
Amanda Jones
Ann Hamilton
Anna Kupergberg
Tinywater Photography
Erin Vey
Cowbelly Petography
Paige Elizabeth
Paws Pet Photography
Jim Dratfield (Petography)

A beautiful collection of 50 images to use as inspiration for photo sessions

Fetch yours here today!




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