About PhotoPetTips.com and Andrew Darlow

PhotoPetTips.com is the companion site for the new book: Pet Photography 101: Tips for Taking Better Photos of Your Dog or Cat, published by Focal Press. Some of the content on the site includes:
• Links and articles referenced throughout the book (look for links like this: w1.1 in Chapter 1, w.2.3 in Chapter 2, etc);
• News about book signings, talks, workshops, and other events with Andrew Darlow;
• Pet photography tips and related advice offered only on PhotoPetTips.com.

About Andrew Darlow

Andrew Darlow is a photographer, educator and digital imaging consultant based in Piscataway, New Jersey. For over 15 years, he has consulted on the topics of digital output and color management for internationally acclaimed photographers and corporations such as Tiffany & Co and his commercial clients have included Brooks Brothers, Kenneth Cole, Tourneau watches, Cigar Aficionado and The Body Shop. He also served for two years as Editorial Director of Digital Imaging Techniques magazine, where he wrote numerous articles and reviews on the topics of digital and fine-art photography, inkjet printing, and Photoshop techniques.

He has conducted seminars around the world at photo-related conferences, for professional photography organizations and at the International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York. His photography has been widely exhibited in group and solo shows around the world, and his work has been included in many imaging and photography publications.

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, The Home News Tribune (Central New Jersey), 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, and his photo sessions have included custom prints on watercolor paper, photo paper and canvas using inkjet and photo printmaking material.

He also produced a line of cards as well as posters featuring his images of dogs and cats. Over the last 10 years, Darlow has photographed numerous dog shows, including the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. He has appeared on “The Doggie Chronicles,” a radio show and podcast about dogs, and his pet photography has appeared on the News 12 New Jersey Television program. Darlow has donated his photo and custom printing services over the years to a number of causes, including the Susan G. Komen Foundation, Women’s Venture Fund, 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).

Darlow is author of 301 Inkjet Tips and Techniques: An Essential Printing Resource for Photographers (Cengage, 2008) and his pet photography has appeared in multiple AKC Gazette Westminster wrap-up issues (2002-2006), as well as the News12 New Jersey TV station (2006 Westminster Best of Show photos). Five of his images were selected for the AKC Gazette’s Day in the Life issue (May, 2005) and one of his photos of Eric Udler (President of Super Pet Expo) was the cover photo in NJ Pets Magazine (March, 2006).


  •    Welcome to PhotoPetTips.com!

    Do you want to take
    better photos of your pets and entire family?

    This site was built to help you get the most from your digital or film camera (even camera phones). There are many links, articles and resources for all levels of photographers, including info about my new book: Pet Photography 101: Tips for Taking Better Photos of Your Dog or Cat (Focal Press).

    Would you like to speak with me in person or via phone about your workflow, or how to get the best photos and prints possible from your current system?Get a free quote today.

    And my upcoming workshops, book signings and events are listed HERE.
    Andrew Darlow Photo

    Andrew Darlow, Author of Pet Photography 101: Tips for Taking Better Photos of Your Dog or Cat., at a client's home with their very friendly Dalmatian. Photo by David Levy


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