Kennel Club Photographer Of The Year – Man’s Best Friend

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A photo of Man’s best friend is one of the most enjoyable type of picture that really puts a wag in my tail. And if you paw around the interwebs, you’d think they are the most photographed subject in the world.

To make an amazing photo,  you need to find the best angle, catch the right moment  and  perspective within a click.

But capturing adorable, funny or stunning moments with your furry subject requires lots of luck and patience. Getting your pup looking good for a photo shoot is easier said than done, trust me I drive my peep crazy sometimes when it comes to catching me at the right moment.

Dogs are quite unpredictable in their behaviors and motion blur by a wagging tail can distort your photos quicker than a wag of a tail. And if your a dog model model like me, I demand to be paid in treats!

But these amazing photos of dogs  captures all the mood, love and right moments that they all are looking great! Check below and tell me what you think!

The Lives Of Dogs From Around The World Are Captured In These Amazing Photographs

Every year, the UK’s largest organization dedicated to protecting and promoting the health and welfare of dogs holds a contest to find the best photographs of dogs from around the world. The Kennel Club’s Dog Photographer of the Year Contest is open to professionals and amateurs of all ages from all around the world.

Here are the best photos from 2014′s entries and these amazing images are sure to make you fall in love with dogs all over again.

1st Place WINNER: Photographer’s Wife Cuddling With Border Collie by Carlos Aliperti from Brazil
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2nd Place: Border Terrier Puppy by Richard Ware from UK
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3rd Place: Dog Sitting With A Street Vendor by Denis Buchel from Bulgaria

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See all of Man’s best friend photos here: The Lives Of Dogs From Around The World Are Captured In These Amazing Photographs.

Have you ever had your pet professionally photographed?