Group DescriptionThis group is moderated by Andrew Darlow, author of the book: Pet Photography 101: Tips for Taking Better Photos of Your Dog or Cat, and Editor of the book's companion site, PhotoPetTips.com.
It's a place where anyone can upload and comment on photos that they've taken of pets with or without people in them. Please read the group rules before joining or submitting photos.
If you were influenced by something in my book, Pet Photography 101, Please note which tip from the book may have inspired you to take the photo(s) you upload.
And for many tips, links, upcoming seminars, books signings and much more, visit the book's companion site at www.PhotoPetTips.com.
All the best!
author, Pet Photography 101:
Tips for Taking Better Photos of Your Dog or Cat
Group RulesThank you for your interest in joining the Pet Photography 101 and PhotoPetTips.com Group!
We have just a few rules in addition to the general Flickr Community rules and guidelines, which you can find here.
1. We invite members to post their photographs to the Group and to discuss photography of pets and people with pets. Feel free to ask questions here about the tips and techniques contained in my book, Pet Photography 101: Tips for Taking Better Photos of Your Dog or Cat.
2. Anyone can view the photos posted to this group, but only group members can see the discussions and post questions/comments.
3. The moderators have the right to remove any post(s) or ban any member from this group at any time, for conduct deemed inappropriate for the group. Let's keep the discussions civil and friendly.
4. Please only post photos that you have taken, and please keep the content family friendly.
Thanks again for your interest in the group, and may the pet photos and photo discussions begin!
Chief Moderator, Pet Photography 101 and PhotoPetTips.com Group
- This group will count toward the photo's limit (60 for Pro members, 30 for free members)
- Members can post 5 things to the pool each week.
- Accepted content types: Photos, Images, Screenshots
- Accepted safety levels: Safe, Moderate