Dog Photography: A Point & Shoot Manual Publisher's Description
Learn To Take Great Photos Of Your Dog With Just A Point And Shoot Camera! Two Crash Courses In One: A Photography Course And A Dog Training/handling Course! Over 150 Color Photos To Illustrate Concepts And Ideas. Step-by-step Exercises And Instructions!
Whether you’re a complete beginner or an amateur photography enthusiast, this guide will help you take better photos of your best friend… starting immediately.
And unlike other guides, “Dog Photography: A Point & Shoot Manual” is written for busy people. It teaches you tips and tricks on a ‘need to know’ basis. No fluff or scary formulas.
Plus, it’s full of fun activities, short and simple steps, and 150+ photos carefully selected to illustrate the important points.
Inside you’ll also learn…
How to get your dog to ‘sit’ still, ‘lay down’ and ‘stay’ for his photo (pp. 191, 193, 196)
The little-known technique to stop your dog being scared of the camera (p. 189)
5 tips to snap a natural pose of your canine friend that captures his true personality (pp. 100 – 107)
The one time during daylight you should never take photos of your dog and why (p. 114)
Should you use flash? Flash often washes out photos and makes your dog look pasty… page 84 reveals WHEN and HOW to use flash properly in your photos
Dark fur often comes out flat and plain in photos… Page 88 reveals how to take clear and beautiful photos of dark brown, grey and black colored canines
Camera buying guide: two aspects of your camera that DO NOT require the best technology… (pp. 19, 40) Save money buying a camera with the right properties. No more, no less.
How to get TWO or more dogs to sit, stay and behave for the same photo, step-by-step (p. 197)
How to capture that perfect shot twice as fast… double the chances of getting that perfect shot! (p. 161)
How to capture a glistening sparkle in your dog’s eyes (p. 93)
What you MUST always do if you want to print out your doggie photos… get this wrong and all your photos might look blurry and muddy! (p. 18)
The difference between SLR vs point-and-shoot cameras and which one is right for you (p. 13)
Two FREE software packages to edit photos on your computer (p. 25)
Ready to take your photos to the next level? The complete guide to advanced photos techniques including light sensitivity, focal length, aperture, shutter speed, depth of field, dynamic range and white balance. (pp. 95 – 99)
Want to capture a professional photo like this? Page 54 reveals how to create this cool blurred background effect and make your dog pop out of the photo (p. 54)