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 Post subject: a doggy day
PostPosted: Wed Feb 27, 2008 7:33 pm 
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hi all, here's a set of a few pictures of my neighbor's dog
hope you lal like them

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Iso - 400
expo - 1/800
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55.0 mm lens
F/4.0

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78.0 mm lens
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Iso - 400
Expo - 1/800
78.0 mm lens
F/4.5

here's the link if you can't see them
http://s27.photobucket.com/albums/c173/ ... ets/doggy/


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 27, 2008 7:55 pm 
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Fantastic shots there. Is he cuddly?

Cheers Ormina

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 27, 2008 8:02 pm 
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nice pictures. he seems like a crazy hyper dog, I love it. LOL

I like the one where it looks like he's going to tackle that girl.
The font shot of his face when he is running is really nice.

Good job

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what camera was this shot with! some how i get way to blurry shots of things in motion...and i use the letter "p" program on my camear! did u take these shots on that program or another letter: plz share with me


these pictures have so much life in them i really like crazy dog :D

EDIT: saw in another thread that u have the D40 :D join the D40 club with me :P

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I wouldn't want this dog to take aim at me :?
Nicely captured in flight though...

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That guy seem to have needs for for more exercise... :)

And i'd like to know if the girl with the box of snacks is still alive :shock:

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Wow! that first shot shows such a tremendous energy, it's really great!

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Down Boy!!! Oh, my ever loving Lordy...what a great series..the exuberance of the day....love that scootch when he is running, how he gathers his body before the "launch"...

Way good, and so well captured!


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I have to disagree I'm affraid,
this is just friendly criticism by the way
first shot: the dog's face it dark, and his behind is lightened...just have him run the other way and take the shot again.
the other shots, not a good composition, you can see the dog is doing something, but most of the times you miss out on essential stuff like his face.

However, you do know how to focus on an ( moving ) object. But in general I would give you the advise to keep the sun coming from behind you.
Anyway, just have fun with your camera :)

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