How to Take Great Pictures of Your Dog — in 1956

With cameras now tucked into everyone’s pockets, never in history have we had more opportunities to take pictures of our pets. At Dogster and Catster, we don’t shy away from telling you how to do that.

In 1956, things weren’t that different: People were still telling you how to take pictures of your pet. Of course, the cameras weighed 55 pounds, required you to twist a crank to get them started, and could burn down the neighborhood if handled improperly. But still, people valued a quality photo of the family dog, a well-composed shot to place on the mantel to remind them of dear Fido, banned to the backyard for months at a time.


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