Who for us are our Pets? Our family members, companions, with whom you can chat, play and simply be love, in return for the warm meeting and devotion. No wonder four-legged friends have long been immortalized in stone, in literary works, on canvas. And now for Pictures! We present you some simple steps that will help to capture the “smaller brother” at its best.
Born in the city of Klimovsk of the Moscow region. Got 2 higher educations (technical and economic). Until recently, worked in a Bank. Photography is more of a hobby, gradually develops into something more. I hope to completely immerse yourself in this wonderful world.
Camera: the Main workhorse Canon EOS 40d Lenses: Canon 24-105 4L, Canon 70-200 4L, Canon 50 1.2 L Accessories: Tripod almost do not use, filters are primarily protective, a backpack to TAMRAC equipment. Programs: Adobe Bridge, Photoshop CS4, Google Picasa3. A set of pulsed light Raylab sprint Kev-300 SS kit, backgrounds Raylab.
Who for us are our Pets? Our family members, companions, with whom you can chat, play and simply be love, in return for the warm meeting and devotion. No wonder four-legged friends it has long been uvekovechivaniju stone, in literary works, on canvas. And now for Pictures! Here are some simple steps that will help you capture the “smaller brother” at its best.
1. Establish contact with four-legged
It all starts with an introduction to pet and its owner. During the first 10-15 minutes we are animals “connect”, get used to each other, sometimes play. I asked the owner about the nature of dogs, their habits, Hobbies – all that while shooting will help to reflect her personality. I always have various treats, thanks to which is easier to get the trust and goodwill of “models”. Adjusted contact is the Foundation of successful shooting. Continue reading
1. The attitude of the British to the pet 2. 3 this is interesting. The history of origin of the breed Yorkshire Terrier 4. Advantage Yorkshire Terrier 5. About the authors of the topic “the attitude of the British to the pet”.
The attitude of the British to the pet
the British are convinced that a person who likes animals cannot be all bad. They adore animals. Any. And keep them not in order, just like in other Nations, to force their Pets to protect the home or other property, or use them for scientific purposes, or just for the sake of prestige. Allowed the British kept exclusively for the company.
They are vital though, because only four-legged (and other) Pets most of the English people formed the most sincere and tender relationship, which can generally only representatives of this nation, not always able to communicate properly with each other. Allowed the British excellent find a common language, although sometimes they are completely unable to find a common language with their children (even just to cuddle them). The best places, the most comfortable and warm corners, selected pieces – all given to them for granted.
Cat and dogs, parrots and Guinea pigs are allowed in the house many children, if their antics will notice, most likely,will be severely punished. Animals initially considered to be incapable of any bad act. So when dog bites man, man is always guilty, even if it is just a passerby, completely with your animal is not familiar. And even if this passer-by brutally bitten, others will be on the side of the dog’s owner, stubbornly asserting: “Yes my dear Fang and flies never hurt!”. Continue reading