A big thank you to the folks at Shutterbug Magazine for reviewing Pet Photography 101: Tips for Taking Better Photos of Your Dog or Cat in their February 2010 issue (see below).
Below is an excerpt from the review, or you can read the entire review here on Shutterbug.com:
“…With the aid of this handy guide, photographers of all skill levels can produce heartwarming shots that are certain to delight any pet parent. Andrew Darlow offers advice on composition, lighting, setting up fun shots, and printing the best quality images so you can produce top-quality work that will set you ahead of the pack.” -Shutterbug Magazine
I’ve been a longtime reader and fan of Shutterbug, and find it a valuable resource for learning about all things related to photography. I especially like their product and software reviews. They also often include book excerpts, which are a great way to determine whether a book might be right for you.
One article from the February issue that I particularly enjoyed, and that you can find online in its entirety is titled: A Body Of Work; Do You Really Need One? You can read the article here: http://www.shutterbug.com/pointofview/0210body/