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The Resource Pet and horse photography for everybody : secrets from a pro, Nicole Begley

Pet and horse photography for everybody : secrets from a pro, Nicole Begley

Label
Pet and horse photography for everybody : secrets from a pro
Title
Pet and horse photography for everybody
Title remainder
secrets from a pro
Statement of responsibility
Nicole Begley
Title variation
Pet & horse photography for everybody
Title variation remainder
secrets from a pro
Creator
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Acclaimed pet photographer Nicole Begley shares her unique skills with pet lovers who want to create special images that capture the beauty and personality of their favorite animals
Cataloging source
YDX
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Begley, Nicole
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
TR727
LC item number
.B44 2017
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Photography of pets
  • Photography of cats
  • Photography of dogs
  • Photography of horses
  • Photography of animals
  • Photography
  • Pets
  • Horses
Label
Pet and horse photography for everybody : secrets from a pro, Nicole Begley
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 9
  • 52
  • Capture Real Expressions
  • 54
  • Capture Sections: Under-Saddle Images
  • 55
  • Creating More Variety in Equine Images
  • 56
  • Negative Space
  • 57
  • Cats
  • Manual Exposure Decisions
  • Strategies for Photographing Cats
  • 58
  • Larger than Life
  • 59
  • Photographing Cats Outdoors
  • 60
  • Get Down to Their Level
  • 60
  • Minimize Cat and Camera Blur
  • 62
  • 10
  • Cats Are Visual
  • 63
  • Raising the ISO
  • 65
  • Using Catnip
  • 65
  • About Cats and Lights
  • 66
  • Not Staged
  • 67
  • ISO Adjustment Flexibility
  • Elements in Settings
  • Natural Settings
  • 68
  • Impactful Images in Basic Surroundings
  • 69
  • Element of Repetition
  • 70
  • Hidden Owner
  • 71
  • Repetition
  • 11
  • 73
  • Patterns Lead the Viewer's Eye
  • 73
  • Lenses Can Change a Scene
  • 75
  • Interesting Lines
  • 75
  • Leading Lines in Patterns
  • 76
  • Playful Leading Lines
  • Aperture and Depth of Field
  • 76
  • Out of Focus Leading Lines
  • 78
  • Power Points
  • 79
  • Composition
  • From Left to Right
  • 80
  • Viewer's Eye
  • 81
  • 13
  • Negative Space
  • 82
  • A Center Composition
  • 82
  • Creating a Frame
  • 84
  • Framing Elements
  • 85
  • Exposing for Details
  • 87
  • Focal Point Impacts Depth of Field
  • Get on the Animal's Level
  • 87
  • A Fun Perspective
  • 88
  • Changing Perspective
  • 88
  • Importance of Cropping Correctly
  • 91
  • Composition and the Subject's Eye
  • 91
  • 13
  • Distance Between Subject and Background
  • 92
  • Color Harmony
  • 93
  • Complementary Colors
  • 94
  • Most Important Ingredient Is Light
  • 94
  • Catchlights
  • 96
  • Focal Length of Lens Affects Depth of Field
  • Creating Catchlights
  • 97
  • Everyday Angle
  • 98
  • Colors of Light
  • 99
  • Lighting Considerations
  • Pleasing Soft Light
  • 100
  • About Hard and Soft Light
  • Basics
  • 14
  • 101
  • Thin Cloud Lighting
  • 102
  • Inverse Square Law
  • 102
  • Benefits and Challenge of Full Sun
  • 104
  • Soft Directional Light
  • 105
  • Open Shade
  • Metering Modes
  • 107
  • Backlight
  • 107
  • Creating a Silhouette
  • 108
  • Using a Strobe
  • 108
  • Constant Light
  • 110
  • Adjusting Darks in Post-Production
  • 15
  • 111
  • Capturing Relationships
  • Special Relationship
  • 113
  • Casual and Interactive
  • 114
  • Getting Them Face to Face
  • 115
  • Change Your Perspective
  • 116
  • In-Camera Light Meter Corrections
  • A Special Moment
  • 117
  • A Dog's Facial Expressions
  • 118
  • Coach the Owners
  • 118
  • A Telephoto Lens for Less Distortion
  • 121
  • Hand Placement Tells a Story
  • 121
  • 16
  • Frame with Owner
  • 123
  • Include the Owner
  • 123
  • Their Loyal Companion
  • 124
  • Have a Plan and Be Flexible
  • 125
  • Exposure for Black and White Dog Combinations
  • 17
  • Post- Production Adjustments
  • 18
  • Face Entirely in Focus
  • Welcome to the World of Animal Photography
  • 19
  • Single Point Focus
  • 20
  • Auto Focus that Tracks the Subject
  • 21
  • Switch Focus to the Back Button
  • 22
  • Settings to Capture Action
  • 23
  • Shooting Blind
  • 6
  • 24
  • Best Lens and Shooting Style
  • 25
  • Wide-Angle Lenses
  • 26
  • Mid-Range Lenses
  • 27
  • Telephoto Lenses
  • 29
  • Beautiful Backgrounds with Telephoto Lenses
  • A Rule for Sharp Images
  • 29
  • Dogs
  • Patience and Knowledge
  • 30
  • Anticipate Breed-Specific Behavior
  • 31
  • Subject Safety
  • 32
  • Leashes and Rope
  • 33
  • 7
  • Positioning the Lead
  • 35
  • Photoshop Fix
  • 35
  • Tethering for Proper Separation
  • 36
  • Sit on Something
  • 37
  • Capturing Expression
  • 38
  • Choose a Fast Shutter Speed
  • Sounds to Capture Attention
  • 39
  • Two Dogs, Two Exposures, One Image
  • 40
  • Two Dogs, Two Focal Points, One Image
  • 40
  • Keeping on Leash Is Incredibly Helpful
  • 43
  • Shoot the Background Without Refocus
  • 43
  • 8
  • Horses
  • Gain Experience with Horses
  • 45
  • Beautiful Compression
  • 45
  • A Wide-Angle Lens for Equine Photography
  • 47
  • Use Leading Lines
  • 47
  • Capturing the Special Bond
  • Take Full Control
  • 48
  • Horse Hugs
  • 49
  • A Classic Head Portrait of a Horse
  • 51
  • Barn Doorway Lighting
  • 51
  • A Positive Experience for the Animal
  • 52
  • Challenge: Interesting Backgrounds
Control code
ocn958351537
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
127 pages
Isbn
9781682032244
Lccn
2016952111
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
778.932 B394 ; XX-N ; [A17BP065, 42, 4@24.95, ES/cd]
Other physical details
color illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 958351537
  • (OCoLC)958351537
Label
Pet and horse photography for everybody : secrets from a pro, Nicole Begley
Publication
Copyright
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 9
  • 52
  • Capture Real Expressions
  • 54
  • Capture Sections: Under-Saddle Images
  • 55
  • Creating More Variety in Equine Images
  • 56
  • Negative Space
  • 57
  • Cats
  • Manual Exposure Decisions
  • Strategies for Photographing Cats
  • 58
  • Larger than Life
  • 59
  • Photographing Cats Outdoors
  • 60
  • Get Down to Their Level
  • 60
  • Minimize Cat and Camera Blur
  • 62
  • 10
  • Cats Are Visual
  • 63
  • Raising the ISO
  • 65
  • Using Catnip
  • 65
  • About Cats and Lights
  • 66
  • Not Staged
  • 67
  • ISO Adjustment Flexibility
  • Elements in Settings
  • Natural Settings
  • 68
  • Impactful Images in Basic Surroundings
  • 69
  • Element of Repetition
  • 70
  • Hidden Owner
  • 71
  • Repetition
  • 11
  • 73
  • Patterns Lead the Viewer's Eye
  • 73
  • Lenses Can Change a Scene
  • 75
  • Interesting Lines
  • 75
  • Leading Lines in Patterns
  • 76
  • Playful Leading Lines
  • Aperture and Depth of Field
  • 76
  • Out of Focus Leading Lines
  • 78
  • Power Points
  • 79
  • Composition
  • From Left to Right
  • 80
  • Viewer's Eye
  • 81
  • 13
  • Negative Space
  • 82
  • A Center Composition
  • 82
  • Creating a Frame
  • 84
  • Framing Elements
  • 85
  • Exposing for Details
  • 87
  • Focal Point Impacts Depth of Field
  • Get on the Animal's Level
  • 87
  • A Fun Perspective
  • 88
  • Changing Perspective
  • 88
  • Importance of Cropping Correctly
  • 91
  • Composition and the Subject's Eye
  • 91
  • 13
  • Distance Between Subject and Background
  • 92
  • Color Harmony
  • 93
  • Complementary Colors
  • 94
  • Most Important Ingredient Is Light
  • 94
  • Catchlights
  • 96
  • Focal Length of Lens Affects Depth of Field
  • Creating Catchlights
  • 97
  • Everyday Angle
  • 98
  • Colors of Light
  • 99
  • Lighting Considerations
  • Pleasing Soft Light
  • 100
  • About Hard and Soft Light
  • Basics
  • 14
  • 101
  • Thin Cloud Lighting
  • 102
  • Inverse Square Law
  • 102
  • Benefits and Challenge of Full Sun
  • 104
  • Soft Directional Light
  • 105
  • Open Shade
  • Metering Modes
  • 107
  • Backlight
  • 107
  • Creating a Silhouette
  • 108
  • Using a Strobe
  • 108
  • Constant Light
  • 110
  • Adjusting Darks in Post-Production
  • 15
  • 111
  • Capturing Relationships
  • Special Relationship
  • 113
  • Casual and Interactive
  • 114
  • Getting Them Face to Face
  • 115
  • Change Your Perspective
  • 116
  • In-Camera Light Meter Corrections
  • A Special Moment
  • 117
  • A Dog's Facial Expressions
  • 118
  • Coach the Owners
  • 118
  • A Telephoto Lens for Less Distortion
  • 121
  • Hand Placement Tells a Story
  • 121
  • 16
  • Frame with Owner
  • 123
  • Include the Owner
  • 123
  • Their Loyal Companion
  • 124
  • Have a Plan and Be Flexible
  • 125
  • Exposure for Black and White Dog Combinations
  • 17
  • Post- Production Adjustments
  • 18
  • Face Entirely in Focus
  • Welcome to the World of Animal Photography
  • 19
  • Single Point Focus
  • 20
  • Auto Focus that Tracks the Subject
  • 21
  • Switch Focus to the Back Button
  • 22
  • Settings to Capture Action
  • 23
  • Shooting Blind
  • 6
  • 24
  • Best Lens and Shooting Style
  • 25
  • Wide-Angle Lenses
  • 26
  • Mid-Range Lenses
  • 27
  • Telephoto Lenses
  • 29
  • Beautiful Backgrounds with Telephoto Lenses
  • A Rule for Sharp Images
  • 29
  • Dogs
  • Patience and Knowledge
  • 30
  • Anticipate Breed-Specific Behavior
  • 31
  • Subject Safety
  • 32
  • Leashes and Rope
  • 33
  • 7
  • Positioning the Lead
  • 35
  • Photoshop Fix
  • 35
  • Tethering for Proper Separation
  • 36
  • Sit on Something
  • 37
  • Capturing Expression
  • 38
  • Choose a Fast Shutter Speed
  • Sounds to Capture Attention
  • 39
  • Two Dogs, Two Exposures, One Image
  • 40
  • Two Dogs, Two Focal Points, One Image
  • 40
  • Keeping on Leash Is Incredibly Helpful
  • 43
  • Shoot the Background Without Refocus
  • 43
  • 8
  • Horses
  • Gain Experience with Horses
  • 45
  • Beautiful Compression
  • 45
  • A Wide-Angle Lens for Equine Photography
  • 47
  • Use Leading Lines
  • 47
  • Capturing the Special Bond
  • Take Full Control
  • 48
  • Horse Hugs
  • 49
  • A Classic Head Portrait of a Horse
  • 51
  • Barn Doorway Lighting
  • 51
  • A Positive Experience for the Animal
  • 52
  • Challenge: Interesting Backgrounds
Control code
ocn958351537
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
127 pages
Isbn
9781682032244
Lccn
2016952111
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
778.932 B394 ; XX-N ; [A17BP065, 42, 4@24.95, ES/cd]
Other physical details
color illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 958351537
  • (OCoLC)958351537

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