Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Dog pictures


Dog Pictures Come in All Shapes and Sizes

If you're searching for the perfect gift and are tired of buying items that everyone else has already picked out, you might want to visit the world of dog pictures. Since modern technology revolutionized the print world with digital cameras and high speed processes, more options have become available for discerning gift buyers. The infamous "Dogs Playing Cards", a past standard for dog picture retailers, has now been placed on the back shelf where it belongs, destined to become a classic at some point. It has been replaced by digital imagery, detailed diagrams, and sketches that are reproductions but appear to be the original masterpieces. Your choices are endless.


Technology hasn't just affected the art world. The frames and settings you can buy dog pictures in have also changed. Digital frames flash multiple photos at speeds you can set yourself. Lighted frames can give you the option of memorializing your pets, giving them a prominent place on the mantle where they can be seen by all. Even the old wooden frames have a new look. The tools used to manufacture them today make the edges cleaner and the seams virtually invisible. Etchings and carvings, though often created by machines, have a different feel and almost come alive to the touch.
Show Your Loyalty with Dog Breed Pictures
What kind of dog do you own? Do you have a favorite breed or have you been adopting strays? Either way, you can show your loyalty to your breed by purchasing a dog breed picture for the wall. You can find shepherds, pit bulls, boxers, terriers, cocker spaniels, and yes, even dog pictures dedicated to the ever popular mutt. There are dozens of breeds to choose from and hundreds of ways that they have been immortalized in pictures. All of the standard options listed above are available and you can find any background you like. Would you like to see a picture of your dog running in an open field or along the beach? Do a little shopping and you're likely to find both.
Portrayals of your dog aren't limited to just dog pictures, either. Manufacturing processes for wood, metal and plastics have all given the dog gift industry new ways to create figurines and novelty items that you've never seen before. These range from pot holders to toilet seat covers and bed spreads. The imagery is so real in some cases you'll think your household linens will bark back at you. You can even buy dog cases which hold dog figurines to mount on the wall you've dedicated to dog pictures.
Enjoy a Good Laugh with Funny Dog Pictures
Canines have been used in animation and cartoons for decades. Talking dogs have been both scapegoats and heroes on the silver screen and some, like Lassie and Underdog, have crossed generational lines. People have a fascination with dogs that goes beyond the feelings they have for any other animal. Perhaps that's why dogs have become known as "Man's Best Friend." Perhaps that's also why we find them so funny when they're portrayed in a caricature or other humorous depiction. Our closeness to these pets makes the identification needed for humor much stronger. In other words, it's easy to laugh at a funny dog picture.
Snoopy, Marmaduke, and Odie are all dogs who have showed up as cartoon characters and captured our hearts. Deputy Dawg became a childhood folk hero almost overnight and Scooby Doo captured the hearts of millions everywhere with his antics and distinctive speech. When you're buying a gift for your loved ones this holiday season, think about them and the many dog pictures they've been portrayed in. There's a good chance that your dog lover friends were fascinated with them at some point, maybe still today. Why not buy them a classic picture of one?
Soften the Room with Puppy Dog Pictures
If you have small children, there is nothing on earth cuter than a puppy dog picture for their bedroom wall. Kittens are cute, but puppies connect better with small children. Give them an early appreciation for the most loyal pet you can have by displaying puppy dogs frolicking at play or sitting quietly waiting to be a friend to a child who desperately needs one. Dogs, like all of the other creatures we choose to surround ourselves with, have a purpose in our lives. For some, they can be the only evidence that unconditional love exists. No other animal shows this more than a puppy.
Slide Shows, Videos, and Adopt-a-Dog Photos
Computer and video technology have given us multiple dog picture options which we might not normally look at when doing traditional shopping. Slide shows can now be developed using Powerpoint or other software which captures and displays your images. If you're looking for something that you can put some time and effort into to create a gift from the heart, check into creating a slide show presentation. Done properly, you can have images of your pets, your children, and a musical score in the background, all of which can be displayed on your computer or television.
Video has, of course, been around for quite a few years now, but the video editing tools available now are fairly new. You can create wondrous films and home movies that will keep an audience enthralled. There are also a number of dog video movies that you can buy, including all of the cartoons we've mentioned already in this article. Go back up a few sections and make a list. If you have kids, they will love each and every one of them. If you don't, rent them or buy them anyway. We won't tell anyone.
On a more serious note, if you are a dog lover and invite others to your home who feel the same way, please consider displaying an adopt-a-dog photo somewhere in the house where it will be seen. Humane societies and shelters publish these photos and they generally contain a powerful, often disturbing image of a dog in need of a family to take care of him. If you're buying dog pictures for gifts this year, make sure you get at least one of these for a friend or for your own home.
Dog pictures are a great add-on to any dog lovers house. Certain Dog Pictures can also bring out the personality of the homeowner and the dog lover.
Copyright (c) 2010 Trey Markel

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