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DOGTOGRAPHY

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DOGTOGRAPHY
Title
DOGTOGRAPHY
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Learn to create amazing, charming, and compelling dog photographs with Kaylee Greer, commercial dog photographer and host of Nat Geo Wild's Pupparazzi! If you want to learn to create pictures that truly capture a dog's personality--whether that's playful, cute, whimsical, shy, goofy, strong, or beautiful--you've come to the right place. If you're a professional photographer looking to up your game or an amateur who just wants to take better pictures of your best bud, Dogtography is your guide to capturing jaw-dropping photographs that are filled with heart and soul. And there is no better teacher than Kaylee Greer, a widely published commercial photographer who teaches pet photography workshops around the world and is host of Nat Geo Wild's "Pupparazzi," an original television series that focuses on her life and career. Dogtography is packed with great information and--just like Kaylee and her photographs--an infectious personality. In this book, you'll learn all of Kaylee's hard-earned tricks of the trade, including her camera settings, lens choices, and how she picks great locations. You'll also learn all about: {u2022} "Speaking dog"--understanding body language, respect, and safety {u2022} What's in Kaylee's camera bag and treat bag (squeakers, snacks, and toys)! {u2022} Getting the best expressions and poses during a shoot {u2022} How to create a great action shot {u2022} Techniques for finding your style and enhancing your creativity {u2022} Kaylee's tried-and-true shot ideas You'll also learn Kaylee's method for picking the best images from a shoot, plus her post-processing techniques to finish off a shot, including general retouching, making eyes sparkle, and the all-important leash removal! TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1: Speaking Dog Chapter 2: Basic Camera Settings Chapter 3: What's in the Camera Bag at Every Shoot? Chapter 4: What's in the Treat Bag? Tools and Tricks for Getting Your Furry Subject's Attention Chapter 5: Choosing a Location Chapter 6: The Best and Most Effective Tips for a Rockin' Dog Photo Shoot Chapter 7: Expressions and Poses Chapter 8: Shooting Action Chapter 9: Creativity Chapter 10: Tried and True Shoot Ideas Chapter 11: Choosing Your Best Images Chapter 12: Editing and Final Steps
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GREER, KAYLEE
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Photography of dogs
  • Photography
  • Photography
  • Photography of dogs
Label
DOGTOGRAPHY
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • COVER -- CONTENTS -- INTRODUCTION: HI, I'M KAYLEE -- HOW IT ALL BEGAN -- CHAPTER 1: SPEAK DOG -- LET'S TALK DOG BODY LANGUAGE -- Energy -- Do Your Homework -- IT'S ALL IN THE APPROACH -- Positive Reinforcement -- SPECIFIC DOG BODY LANGUAGE SITUATIONS -- Lip Licking -- Paw Up -- Panting -- Case Study: Junie the Serious Seawitch -- Whale Eye -- Turning Away -- Yawning -- Ears Back -- Tail Position -- COMBINATION BODY LANGUAGE CUES -- WHY DOES POSITIVE BODY LANGUAGE MATTER? -- Case Study: Daisy -- RESPECT YOUR DOG AND WORK SAFELY -- Case Study: Ralph -- KNOW WHEN TO TAKE A BREAK
  • LEARN YOUR DOG -- IN CONCLUSION -- CHAPTER 2: CAMERA SETTINGS -- CAMERA BODY -- Canon 1DX MkIII -- Canon 5D MkIII -- Sony A7III -- Fuji GFX 50S -- CAMERA SETTINGS -- AUTO Versus MANUAL -- Shutter Speed -- BEHIND THE SHOT: THE ANTI-GRAVITY GOOD BOY -- ISO -- Aperture -- THE IMPORTANCE OF SHOOTING RAW -- FOCUSING MODES (FOR STILL DOGS, NOT-SO-STILL DOGS, AND ACTION DOGS) -- General Autofocus Settings -- Action Autofocus Settings -- WHITE BALANCE -- STICK WITH IT! -- CHAPTER 3: LENSES -- 50MM -- 35MM -- 70-200MM -- 16-35MM -- 11-24MM -- 24-70MM -- CHAPTER 4: DIRTY LITTLE SECRETS
  • PREPARING FOR THE SHOOT -- USING SOUNDS -- HEAD TILTS -- TOYS -- BALLS -- TREATS -- WHAT'S IN THE TREAT BAG? -- Sounds -- Treats -- Toys -- Accessories -- Lickables -- LEVERAGE THE POWER OF THE OWNER -- HOW TO KEEP YOUR DOG IN PLACE -- Putting Dogs up on Things -- Tethering -- Stake 'Em in! -- Long Leashes -- TAKE A BREAK! (OR TWENTY.) -- HYDRATE, HYDRATE, HYDRATE! -- GET LOW! -- WORKING WITH AN ASSISTANT (OR NOT) -- HARNESSES -- COLLARS -- TAGS -- NAKED IS NICE -- SHOOTING BLIND -- CHAPTER 5: SUNSHINE WRANGLING -- GIVE HIGH NOON THE MIDDLE FINGER -- AVOIDING MIDDAY
  • Why It's Better to Shoot in Earlier or Later Hours -- The Color -- The Intensity -- The Angle/Direction -- RULES ARE MADE TO BE BROKEN -- QUALITIES OF LIGHT -- Color Temperature -- Direction -- Quality (Soft vs. Hard) -- TYPES OF NATURAL LIGHT -- Indoor / Window Light -- Full Sun -- Cloudy -- Shade -- Backlight -- Twilight -- CHAPTER 6: CATCHLIGHTS -- CHAPTER 7: LOCATION -- RULES, REGULATIONS, AND PERMITS (BOOOO!!) -- LOCATION SCOUTING -- PERSONALIZE -- DOG-SIZED WORLD -- DISTRACTIONS -- SAFETY FIRST -- CHAPTER 8: EXPRESSION -- CHAPTER 9: SHOOTING ACTION -- THE GEAR -- THE CAMERA SETTINGS
  • LIGHT, CAMERA, ACTION! -- Backlight -- Front Light -- Sidelight -- EXPRESSION -- SAFETY -- GET LOW! -- MOTIVATION -- Scenario 1: Your Dog Model Is Safe to Be off Leash and Has a Great "Stay" and Recall -- Scenario 2: Your Dog Model is Safe to Be off Leash but Has a Poor "Stay" Command -- Scenario 3: Your Dog Model Is Not Safe to Be off Leash -- PUSH YOUR LIMITS -- CHAPTER 10: GROUP PHOTO TECHNIQUES -- TAMING TWOSOMES WITH YOUR TRUSTY TETHER -- PUTTING PUPS ON PEDESTALS -- FABULOUS FOCUSING FIXES -- CAPTURING CANINE KISSES -- CHAPTER 11: THE CANINE VARIETY POWER HOUR
Control code
1195923739
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781681986494
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1195923739
Label
DOGTOGRAPHY
Publication
Contents
  • COVER -- CONTENTS -- INTRODUCTION: HI, I'M KAYLEE -- HOW IT ALL BEGAN -- CHAPTER 1: SPEAK DOG -- LET'S TALK DOG BODY LANGUAGE -- Energy -- Do Your Homework -- IT'S ALL IN THE APPROACH -- Positive Reinforcement -- SPECIFIC DOG BODY LANGUAGE SITUATIONS -- Lip Licking -- Paw Up -- Panting -- Case Study: Junie the Serious Seawitch -- Whale Eye -- Turning Away -- Yawning -- Ears Back -- Tail Position -- COMBINATION BODY LANGUAGE CUES -- WHY DOES POSITIVE BODY LANGUAGE MATTER? -- Case Study: Daisy -- RESPECT YOUR DOG AND WORK SAFELY -- Case Study: Ralph -- KNOW WHEN TO TAKE A BREAK
  • LEARN YOUR DOG -- IN CONCLUSION -- CHAPTER 2: CAMERA SETTINGS -- CAMERA BODY -- Canon 1DX MkIII -- Canon 5D MkIII -- Sony A7III -- Fuji GFX 50S -- CAMERA SETTINGS -- AUTO Versus MANUAL -- Shutter Speed -- BEHIND THE SHOT: THE ANTI-GRAVITY GOOD BOY -- ISO -- Aperture -- THE IMPORTANCE OF SHOOTING RAW -- FOCUSING MODES (FOR STILL DOGS, NOT-SO-STILL DOGS, AND ACTION DOGS) -- General Autofocus Settings -- Action Autofocus Settings -- WHITE BALANCE -- STICK WITH IT! -- CHAPTER 3: LENSES -- 50MM -- 35MM -- 70-200MM -- 16-35MM -- 11-24MM -- 24-70MM -- CHAPTER 4: DIRTY LITTLE SECRETS
  • PREPARING FOR THE SHOOT -- USING SOUNDS -- HEAD TILTS -- TOYS -- BALLS -- TREATS -- WHAT'S IN THE TREAT BAG? -- Sounds -- Treats -- Toys -- Accessories -- Lickables -- LEVERAGE THE POWER OF THE OWNER -- HOW TO KEEP YOUR DOG IN PLACE -- Putting Dogs up on Things -- Tethering -- Stake 'Em in! -- Long Leashes -- TAKE A BREAK! (OR TWENTY.) -- HYDRATE, HYDRATE, HYDRATE! -- GET LOW! -- WORKING WITH AN ASSISTANT (OR NOT) -- HARNESSES -- COLLARS -- TAGS -- NAKED IS NICE -- SHOOTING BLIND -- CHAPTER 5: SUNSHINE WRANGLING -- GIVE HIGH NOON THE MIDDLE FINGER -- AVOIDING MIDDAY
  • Why It's Better to Shoot in Earlier or Later Hours -- The Color -- The Intensity -- The Angle/Direction -- RULES ARE MADE TO BE BROKEN -- QUALITIES OF LIGHT -- Color Temperature -- Direction -- Quality (Soft vs. Hard) -- TYPES OF NATURAL LIGHT -- Indoor / Window Light -- Full Sun -- Cloudy -- Shade -- Backlight -- Twilight -- CHAPTER 6: CATCHLIGHTS -- CHAPTER 7: LOCATION -- RULES, REGULATIONS, AND PERMITS (BOOOO!!) -- LOCATION SCOUTING -- PERSONALIZE -- DOG-SIZED WORLD -- DISTRACTIONS -- SAFETY FIRST -- CHAPTER 8: EXPRESSION -- CHAPTER 9: SHOOTING ACTION -- THE GEAR -- THE CAMERA SETTINGS
  • LIGHT, CAMERA, ACTION! -- Backlight -- Front Light -- Sidelight -- EXPRESSION -- SAFETY -- GET LOW! -- MOTIVATION -- Scenario 1: Your Dog Model Is Safe to Be off Leash and Has a Great "Stay" and Recall -- Scenario 2: Your Dog Model is Safe to Be off Leash but Has a Poor "Stay" Command -- Scenario 3: Your Dog Model Is Not Safe to Be off Leash -- PUSH YOUR LIMITS -- CHAPTER 10: GROUP PHOTO TECHNIQUES -- TAMING TWOSOMES WITH YOUR TRUSTY TETHER -- PUTTING PUPS ON PEDESTALS -- FABULOUS FOCUSING FIXES -- CAPTURING CANINE KISSES -- CHAPTER 11: THE CANINE VARIETY POWER HOUR
Control code
1195923739
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781681986494
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1195923739

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