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Pets.ca - Podcast#15 - 2 quick pet photography tips - Please comment

marko
April 14th, 2007, 10:39 AM
Thanks so much for all the great comments on our last podcast #14 about dog food and cat food and the interview we had with Prin.

Pet podcast #15 is a short podcast that offers 2 easy photo tips to improve your pet photography regardless of your photography experience or the camera you have.

The podcast can be downloaded or listened to almost immediately by clicking the triangle in the embedded player straight from the blog. http://www.pets.ca/blog/

Thanks!

Marko
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Here's a description of what a podcast is:
What is a Podcast?
A podcast is simply an audio file that you can play on your computer or on an MP3 player such as an Ipod. You can think of a podcast as a recorded radio program that you download and then play whenever you want. Podcasts from Pets.ca will of course feature pet tips and other useful pet information. They will be approximately 5-20 minutes in length. Please note that using our new embedded player in the blog, our podcasts can be listened to almost immediately. It works in most, but not all browsers though, in which case they need to be downloaded in their entirety (so it takes a couple of minutes) onto your computer or MP3 player before they can be listened to.

Prin
April 14th, 2007, 02:45 PM
That was cool. Basic enough to hopefully get us some awesome shots here on the board... Come on people! Let's see you practice! :D

marko
April 15th, 2007, 11:30 AM
Thanks for the comment Prin.

I should say one thing though about the tip on using windowlight. It's OKAY if direct sunlight is coming in from the window. It makes for a dramatic shot.

It's just that it's HARDER to control the exposure, and the colours may washed out because the film or digital sensor can't handle the brightness.

All that to say - it's easier and more predictable to use softer diffused window light.

Thanks!

Marko

Hunter's_owner
April 15th, 2007, 06:41 PM
That was great Marko:thumbs up