Introduction 1 Part I: Heel! The Basics of Dog Photography 7 Chapter 1: The Big Picture of Dog Photography 9 Chapter 2: Dog Photography: It s Like No Other Animal! 19 Chapter 3: Mutts and Bolts: Photography Equipment 29 Chapter 4: Paws-ing for the Basics: Camera Settings and Techniques 47 Part II: Fetch! Go Get That Perfect Photo 73 Chapter 5: Photographing Indoors 75 Chapter 6: Photographing in the Great Outdoors 91 Chapter 7: Taking Studio-Style Portraits 109 Chapter 8: Capturing Flawless Action 123 Chapter 9: Zooming in on Close-Ups and Details 139 Chapter 10: Capturing the Love: Dogs and Their People 153 Part III: Sit! What to Do after the Photo Shoot 171 Chapter 11: Introduction to Postprocessing 173 Chapter 12: Editing and Saving Your Final Shots189 Chapter 13: Showing Off Your Photos 219 Chapter 14: Make No Bones about It: The Business of Dog Photography 229 Part IV: The Part of Tens 253 Chapter 15: Ten Ways to Make Your Photo Sessions Fun 255 Chapter 16: Doggone It! Conquering Ten Common Challenges 261 Chapter 17: Pro-Bone-O: More than Ten Tips for Giving Back 273 Chapter 18: Ten Ways to Promote Your New Business Endeavor 281 Index 287
Kim Rodgers and Sarah Sypniewski co-founded Bark Pet Photography, a Los Angeles-based pet photography business with a mission of giving back to local animal rescue organizations. It was named LA's best pet photography business of 2011.
'Full of tips, from tweaking your camera to training your dog to say cheese' (Daily Telegraph, 10 December 2011)