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Pet Photography: How to Take Good Photos

Hi there. My name is Kelly, and besides being the Director of Content here at Fracture, I also happen to be the owner of the cutest cat in the world. (Don’t @ me.) Her name is Chicken and she is a dilute calico who was found inside of an old tire by a dumpster behind a Pittsburgh startup incubator I used work in. She was only two weeks old and seemed almost impossibly small — and from the moment I …

10 Helpful Ways To Take Photos With Your Pets

Pets are not just pets, they are family. So why leave them out when you’re taking photos? You may think that having your pet around for pictures can be tiring, a disaster or just too much to handle. Luckily, there are ways to avoid these issues! Here are 10 helpful ways you can incorporate your furry friend in your photos: 1. Wear them out  Before you start shooting, let your pet run around and use most of their energy. A tired dog is much easier …

How Coffee and Photography Help Save Dogs

At Fracture, we believe some of the best dogs come from animal shelters. Unfortunately, in the U.S., only about 20% of owned dogs actually come from shelters. That percentage could increase if more folks took advantage of shelters and the amazing dogs that wait there! Thankfully, Beth Zavoyski is trying to make that happen. Through her series of photos titled ‘Shelter Dogs Uncaged’, Beth is helping people see the true personalities of shelter dogs. They’re out of the shelter, out …