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|Should you buy a DSLR, or a high-end Point and Shoot (aka a compact camera) to photograph your pets and other family members? What about a camera that can do both stills and video? The author gives an overview of what's out there and how to find just the right camera (or cameras) for you and your family.|
|Publisher||Taylor & Francis Ltd|
|Date of Publication||06/10/2009|
|Place of Publication||Oxford|
|Country of Publication||United Kingdom|
|Content Note||colour illustrations|
|Table Of Contents||Chapter 1: Train Your Camera (But Don't Make it Roll Over!) Chapter 2: It's All About Perspective (Tips for Composition and Camera Placement) Chapter 3: Bask in the Sunshine (Outdoor Lighting Tips) Chapter 4: I Do Windows! (Window Lighting Tips) Chapter 5: Let Sleeping Dogs (and Cats)...Sleep! Chapter 6: Where'd My Sock Go? (Tips for Setting Up and Capturing Fun Photos) Chapter 7: Holidazed and Confused (Photo Tips For Holidays and Events) Chapter 8: Barkness on the Edge of Town (Night and Low-Light Photography Tips) Chapter 9: The Digital Canine (Tech Tips, Including Hardware, Software and Printing Options)|
|Author Biography||Andrew Darlow is a photographer, author and digital imaging consultant. His editorial and fine-art work have been featured in numerous magazines, including Photo District News, PDN Gear Guide, Popular Photography, Professional Photographer and Rangefinder magazine. His work has been widely exhibited and his prints are held in many private collections. Andrew's love of cats and dogs began at a very young age, and his photographs of canines and felines have played an important role in his career. His pet photography has been featured in numerous publications, including Animal Fair magazine and The AKC Gazette, the official publication of the American Kennel Club. Darlow has photographed a wide variety of people and their pets in both formal and informal situations. He has donated his photography services to a number of causes, including the Susan G. Komen Foundation, The Seeing Eye (Guide Dog Training Institute), and the garden tour for Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons (a no-kill shelter for dogs and cats). He has lectured and conducted seminars and workshops around the world at conferences, and for photography organizations and schools, including the Arles Photo Festival, School of Visual Arts, Columbia University, and the International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York.|