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The Dogist: Realistic Encounters with 1,000 Dogs by Ingramcontent

  • The Dogist Photographic Encounters with 1 000 Dogs

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New York Times bestseller

The Dogist is a beautiful, funny, and inspiring tribute to the beloved dogs in our lives. Every page presents dog portraits that command our attention. Whether because of the look in a dog’s eyes, its innate beauty, or even the clothes its owner has dressed it in, the photos will make you ooh and aah, laugh, and fall in love. Photographed by Elias Weiss Friedman, aka The Dogist, every portrait in the book tells a story and explores the dog’s distinct character and spirit. Themed sections include Puppies, Cones of Shame, Working Dogs, and Dogs in Fancy Outfits, giving every dog lover something to pore over.

For the Leaning of Siberian Huskies 2018 14 x 12 Inch Monthly Deluxe Wall Calendar with Foil Stamped Cover, Organism Dog Breeds Husky by Brown Trout Publishers

  • Keep your appointments and Birthdays organized in one place!
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  • 2018 Calendar featuring beautiful full color images for every month...

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A native of Siberia, Huskies were bred as sled dogs and brought to Alaska in 1909. The Siberian Husky is one of the preferred dogs at Alaska s Iditarod because of its love of running and great stamina. Friendly, gentle, and devoted, huskies have thick, soft coats with beautiful shades of black and white. The photographs in this deluxe calendar are sure to warm the heart of any Husky lover. Includes a free download of the DogDaysTM app for the smartphone and tablet, which grants access to the world's most captivating dog photos and backgrounds, fun puzzles, and a calendar featuring your favorite furry friends.


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Tamron How-to Pets Photography: Tips for Getting Great On-Location Shots of Your Pets

Watch as professional photographer Brittany Croft takes us on location to shoot quiet, shy and vivacious pets. Her tips for posing, lighting and getting great action.

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Wolfgang Man and Savage DayDream Dog Harness size: Large, Wolfgang Man & Beast by PetSmart

Dismiss from one's mind the flea dips, the barking at the mailman, and the occasional 'accident,' having a dog adds a massive amount of joy to life. The dreamy language on the Wolfgang Man & Beast DayDream Dog Harness brings together elements of photography, watercolors and good, old-fashioned computer graphics with an ethereal effect. Your dog and you are living in a magical dream. Features: Stitchless Construction Welded D-Rings Nylon Buckle Woven Label Includes: 1 Harness Intended For: Dogs Leash Archetype: Harness Color: DayDream Material: Polyester Care Instructions: Machine washable in warm water. Air dry. Caution: Not for tie out. Convenient Sizes: Small: 12-18 in x ⅝ in Medium: 16-24 in x ⅝ in Large: 20-30 in x 1 in X-Large: 26-38 in x 1 in

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Wolfgang Man and Animal DayDream Dog Leash size: 4 Ft, Wolfgang Man & Beast by PetSmart

Dismiss from one's mind the flea dips, the barking at the mailman, and the occasional 'accident,' having a dog adds a massive amount of joy to life. The dreamy stamp on the Wolfgang Man & Beast DayDream Dog Leash brings together elements of photography, watercolors and good, old-fashioned computer graphics with an ethereal denouement. Your dog and you are living in a magical dream. Features: Stitchless Construction Die-Cast Zinc Snaps Woven Label Includes: 1 Leash Intended For: Dogs Leash Classification: Leash Color: DayDream Material: Polyester Care Instructions: Machine washable in warm water. Air dry. Caution: Not for tie out. At one's disposal Sizes: 4 feet x ⅝ in 6 feet x 1 in Size: 4 Ft.

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Why a Telephoto Lens Should Be in Every Pet Photographer's Bag - Fstoppers

Many photographers who are beginning to dabble in pet photography ask about the best lens to use when photographing pets. While there is no right or wrong answer, as a dog photographer who primarily specializes in outdoor sessions, I use a telephoto lens for the majority of photos I take. If I were limited to just a single focal length to use for photographing dogs, I’d go with 200mm, and there are several reasons for this decision. I recently covered the benefits of using an ultra wide angle lens when photographing pets outdoors. When I venture out for a dog session, I only carry two lenses with me: an ultra wide angle lens, and a telephoto lens. The most significant advantage of shooting at 200mm is that you have to be positioned at a fair distance from the dog in order to get the entire dog in the frame. This separation between you and your canine subject comes in handy for dogs that are difficult to work with, or fear the sight and sound of the camera. For extremely timid dogs, it might even be impossible to get a useable photo of them with a wide angle lens, since they will cower away from you every time you approach them. I often begin a session with a telephoto lens, which gives the dog a chance to get accustomed to me from afar. I begin by having the owner engage with the dog, while I lie on the ground and get ready to squeak a toy or make a sound. As soon as the dog looks in my direction, I’m ready to snap a quick burst of photos. Long Focal Lengths for Simple Compositions A 200mm focal length also makes it easy to keep the composition very simple, especially if the location chosen for the session is a little cluttered, or crowded with other people. The narrow field of view when shooting at 200mm makes it easy to keep the owner and other distracting elements out of the frame, though the odd conspicuous hand and foot can be easily removed afterwards in post processing. By keeping the background as far away from the subject as possible and shooting at a wide aperture, the background elements will be out of focus, to help keep the dog separated from its surroundings. I generally try to look for backgrounds that are darker than the dog, as dogs tend to stand out better when there is more light falling on them than on the background. Do Yourself a Favor and Switch to Back Button Focus I don’t know why it took me so long to switch to back button focus. I guess I thought it would take me too long to get comfortable with it, and I thought that I was doing just fine with carefully hovering my index finger on the halfway shutter position whenever I wanted to keep the focus locked. Back button focus will make your life a lot easier when photographing dogs, as their unpredictability means that sometimes you don’t have time to wait for the camera to focus. I pre-focus every photo I take at 200mm, so when I get the expression I want, I can snap the photo without delay. Time for Action Some of the most comical expressions you will get when photographing dogs is when they are running at full speed directly toward you. Begin by lying on the ground, center your focus point on the dog’s eye, and get the owner to try and throw a soft toy or ball directly over you. As the dog runs toward you, burst away, trying to keep the focus point on the dog’s eyes. There’s also a good chance that at some point, you’ll get hit by the dog. If you don't mind, I have a couple of questions regarding pet photography, which will be great if you could give me some advice on. 1: When using continuous AF mode to track the animals, do you use the center AF point to track the subject's eyes... 2: When lying on the ground for low-angle photography, are there any ground sheets that you use or you can recommend. Source: fstoppers.com

Latest News

  • Why a Telephoto Lens Should Be in Every Pet Photographer's Bag

    12/11/16 ,via Fstoppers

    When I venture out for a dog session, I only carry two lenses with me: an ultra wide angle lens, and a telephoto lens. The most significant advantage of shooting at 200mm is that you have to be positioned at a fair distance from the dog in order to get

  • Apawture Studios Brings Lights, Hair, Costumes To Pet Photography

    12/10/16 ,via Hoodline

    If you're the owner of a cat or dog — or rabbit, guinea pig, or beta fish — in San Francisco, chances are, you take a lot of photos of your pet. If you've ever wanted something more than selfies of you and your furry friend, meet Apawture Studios.

  • Richmond Victoria Dog Photography Rescued Pets Fundraising Book Announced

    A new dog photography book has been announced called Shoot The Dog, which will publish some of the cutest and goofiest dogs of all breeds across Australia. It is being published to showcase pets in a high quality, beautifully designed hard cover coffee 

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Books

  • Dog Photography For Dummies

    John Wiley & Sons. 2011. ISBN: 9781118077757,111807775X. 320 pages.

    Provides information on knowing the kind of equipment, angle, and composition to use while photographing dogs.

  • Pet Photography Now!

    Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.. 2016. ISBN: 1600592082,9781600592089. 128 pages.

    For animal lovers, a pet is a member of the family--but one that is much harder to photograph. Capturing an animal’s charm and personality can be an incredibly challenging (even frustrating) exercise, but Pet Photography NOW! makes the job easier. It shows professionals and amateurs alike how to get the best from their subject, whether it comes wrapped in fur, feathers, or scales. Noted expert Paul Walker is an excellent source of practical advice on locations, viewpoints, and posing; how to make your pet behave for the camera; and which camera settings will give you the best results. A chapter devoted to post-production, including step-by-step Photoshop workthroughs, helps you optimize your images to produce stunning prints of your most successful portraits.

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  • Incredible Photo Series Shows Huge Dogs Playing With Their Tiny Toddler Pals

    12/11/16 ,via designyoutrust.com

    A photographer is launching a new book featuring 100 touching ... because all dogs are very different. We only took photos with dogs that have a stable mind and good temperament, as these dogs are open to bonding with both people and children.

  • The 10 best doggone Instagram accounts you should be following

    12/11/16 ,via Metro International

    And no, his account doesn’t just have a clever name ... What I love best is how New York-based photographer Elias captures the personality of the dogs he comes across in various cities around the world and how their owners always give us a tidbit ...

  • Adobe MAX: Cultivating the Creative Spark

    12/11/16 ,via Blogcritics

    “So, if you get up and say, ‘I am a photographer’ – actually I prefer ‘lens based artist’ – you just get up and do your work. You have no choice ... that people like mostly sunsets and puppy dogs, but that’s not what my work is about.”

Directory

Dog - Wikipedia

Domestic dogs have been selectively bred for millennia for various behaviors, sensory capabilities, and physical attributes. Modern dog breeds show more variation in ...

Tim Flach

Images of animals, people, impressions of the human body, and still life. Bat photographs are a specialty. His studio is located in London.

National Geographic Blogs on Travel, Environment, News ...

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and National Geographic Fellow Paul Salopek is retracing on foot our ancestors’ migration out of Africa and across the ...

Lucy, Rest in Peace.
Lucy, Rest in Peace.
Sixteen years ago our 8-year-old son began a campaign that started with the words, "Can I have a dog?" That spring all my reasons why having a dog would not be a good idea fell by the wayside. Why? Because of my love of photography and William Wegman, that's why. We purchased a Weimaraner puppy and named her Lucy. Nine years later Sam moved out and left us with the dog. Lucy has been a good companion and a naughty doggy. She mothered an abandoned 3-week-old kitten we took in in 2009. She loved swimming in the river and hunting muskrats. She used her claws to leaved deep scratches in the wood frames of the doors. She ate a can of wood-filler that apparently did no harm. She would suddenly break out into a deep, heart-stopping bark if something was outside the house, or even more commonly, when nothing was outside the house. She made the chair next to my computer her place. She kept me from sitting for too long by barking to go outside, and a few minutes later,...
Photo by CaptPiper on Flickr
Big smile, we have snow!
Big smile, we have snow!
Amber was out enjoying a rare Christmas snow
Photo by ucumari photography on Flickr
Dachshund
Dachshund
Wow! Never had a photo on Explore before. I post animal shelter photography on a regular basis, and consider adopting your next pet. You might just meet a friendly, beautiful critter like this dog.
Photo by The.Rohit on Flickr
Must-Have Dog Photography Tools: What Every Dog Photographer Needs
Must-Have Dog Photography Tools: What Every Dog Photographer Needs
The Most Incredible Dog Photography You Have Ever Seen - Trendfrenzy
The Most Incredible Dog Photography You Have Ever Seen - Trendfrenzy
Must-Have Dog Photography Tools: What Every Dog Photographer Needs
Must-Have Dog Photography Tools: What Every Dog Photographer Needs