Review of Pet Photography 101 in Shutterbug Magazine

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 […]

A Guide to Understanding Exposure Compensation and Auto Exposure Bracketing in Photography

This article expands on the information in Tip #8 of my book, Pet Photography 101 (pages 19-20). It’s an overview of exposure compensation and auto exposure bracketing in photography. Exposure Compensation: What it is and How to Use it One of the most useful exposure controls available on all DSLRs and most point and shoot […]

How to Take Control of Color Temperature in Photography

This article includes the full text of Tip #4 of my book, Pet Photography 101 (page 14) plus some additional information and tips. Color temperature is an important consideration in photography. By learning what types of light have what approximate color temperature, you can more easily choose a color temperature and balance your lighting. For […]

An Overview of the Most Popular Camera Types Used Today

This article expands on the information in Tip #1 of my book, Pet Photography 101 (pages 2-8). It is an overview of the most popular camera types primarily used today. So without further ado… Overviews of popular types of cameras used today: 1. Film Cameras Most people (including me) learned photography using film cameras. Film […]

A Look at some of the Differences Between DSLRs, Point and Shoot Cameras and Camera Phones

This article expands on the information in Tip #1 of my book, Pet Photography 101 concerning the differences between different cameras. “w1.6″ is the link referenced in the book to this article. A few of the advantages and disadvantages of five types of cameras are described below. Main advantages of film cameras compared with digital […]

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