Creative Canine Photography

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Allworth Press, Feb 1, 2004 - Photography - 145 pages
For anyone who has been frustrated trying to capture great photos of their dogs,Creative Canine Photographyis an expert guide to taking memorable best-in-show photos!



Whether one wishes to photograph a family pet or a canine in the wild, here’s a wealth of expert advice along with spectacular, how-to photos to guide you! Writing in a clear, humorous style, award-winning animal photographer Larry Allan explains dozens of no-fail lighting, equipment, and “getting acquainted” tips to help you capture the best possible results. He also provides tested techniques for choosing shutter speeds for stop-action effects, getting a dog to look in a specific direction, capturing a variety of expressions, exposing detail in all-white or all-black fur, avoiding dog red-eye, and much more. A must-have reference for photographers, dog owners, and animal lovers everywhere!




• Special tips are offered for photographing wild canines, offering appeal to wildlife and nature photographers

• Convenient Q&A format provides quick, easy tips for readers

• There are more than 43 million dog owners in the US alone

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About the author (2004)

Larry Allan has been a professional animal photographer for more than 25 years. His work has been featured in such publications as Popular Photography, Professional Photographer, and Studio Photography. He teaches frequent classes on animal portraiture and his photography has earned him multiple awards in both the United States and Great Britain. A former California State Humane Officer, he lives in San Diego.

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