Which side of photo do people naturally look at? Should you place an object you're shooting to the left, right, or in middle of a shot? Learn about viewpoints, leading lines, and the rule of thirds to get the eye-pleasing photos.
Learn how to properly hold a camera, what position to take to get the most stable image, and when to ignore this rule.
Let the process be not only creative but comfortable. This book will teach you how to plan your shots, how to spend the time productively, and how to use everyday backgrounds and objects so they can bring fun to you both, you and your cat.
Diaphragm and aperture. Depth of field. Shutter speed. ISO. Technical aspects are tedious and complicated. The Art of Cat Photography explains the basics you need and does it in a simple and understandable language to help you figure out how your camera works and get the maximum out of this knowledge.
With a lightbox you can make studio quality photos with white background. Unfortunately, lightboxes that are big enough for cats can cost up to hundreds of dollars. The book provides instructions on how to make your own lightbox using simple and cheap materials.
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