- Millions of dog owners need this book
- Easy-to-use advice from a pro photographer and dog lover!
- Great examples from ten different photographers for a variety of styles
- Start getting better pictures right away
More than 115 million dogs are kept as pets in the U.S. alone--and there's hardly a decent photo of any of them. Out of focus when Fido moves. Red-eye from Barkley's too-curious stare. Fuzzy where Rover breathed on the lens. Just awful. But now dog owners everywhere can learn how to take better pictures of their pets, posed or candid, inside or outside, in action or resting, with family members, dog friends, or alone. Author Jenni Bidner, a professional photographer and rescue-dog owner/trainer, covers photography basics like equipment, exposure, and composition, then explains just how to capture the charm, personality, and good looks of any dog. Special tips on photographing puppies, black dogs and white dogs, and show dogs, plus ideas on making money as a pet photographer, creating scrapbooks and cards, and sending digital dogs over the Web make this book as essential as paper training.