Many fine animals have lived, gained fame perhaps, and died, never having been photographed correctly. Their admirers and owners have then spent hours over the curled-up snapshots explaining how much better than the photos the animal actually was. While high-quality livestock is on the increase today, there is a lack of high-quality livestock photography to properly record these animals’ superior anatomy and performance.
Darol Dickinson has written a complete guide to better livestock photography. With years of experience behind him, the author provides concise but detailed instruction on every major aspect of livestock photography.
The text is fully illustrated with examples of how your photographs should and shouldn’t look. Those without photographic experience can use this valuable reference as a how-to manual; those with more background will be able to use the technical information.