Have you ever wanted to do a photoshoot with your pet? Maybe you’re getting flashbacks of those cheesy, double-exposure ‘80s portraits that have been memed in recent years. Yes, you know the ones we’re talking about — those awkward family photos with Mr. Fluffles that we love to cringe at. Although the mullets have stayed in the past, this type of pet photography has come back into fashion. Ironically, of course.
One of the coolest aspects of photography is that you can use your camera to distort reality. With the help of natural elements, unique composition, color, light and even photo editing software, you can create works of art that confuse the mind and trick the eye.
Photography is perhaps the most thankless art we know. Firstly, some do not consider it art at all, and secondly, for example, singers are not told that the quality of their songs depends solely on the microphone.