How to Photograph PetsBook - 2002
They're members of the family--faithful Fido, precious tabby, perhaps a gerbil, guinea pig, or bunny. Shouldn't they be part of your picture collection, too? But photographing animals can be a challenge, especially if they become frightened or nervous. Capture that lasting portrait of your treasured pet with the help of a professional who has an in-depth knowledge of both photography and animal behavior. He assumes no prior knowledge--and any camera will do. Most important is the ability to "see" a good picture, and his remarkable photos and tricks of the trade will teach you how. Understand your pet's body language; begin to understand the finer points of composition and lighting; choose a suitable background, indoors or out; catch the animal in motion; try the "digital solution;" and much more. Best of all: you'll find that even when the best laid plans fail, the results can still prove delightful!
Publisher: Lewes, East Sussex : Guild of Master Craftsman Publications, 2002
Branch Call Number: 778.932 RID
Characteristics: 157 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 26 cm