Dogs (part II)

Gary

All-Pro
Aug 19, 2012
Southern California
Gary Ayala
Love your images of Little B ... just wondering how you keep him so clean? The Cook is a twig and leaf magnet, always dragging stuff in from the great outdoors.
 

AZK9lover

Regular
Apr 10, 2011
Chandler, AZ
Stan
Charlie, who "rescued me" at the Los Angeles shelter 12 years ago, had never seen snow until this weekend, when we encountered this season's remnants on a drive in Prescott, AZ. He was a little hesitant at first but after a few steps started to enjoy it and acted like it wasn't anything new... The X100 fill flash came in handy when snapping a black dog with side lighting.


Charlie's first snow, Prescott by AZK9lover11, on Flickr
 

Gary

All-Pro
Aug 19, 2012
Southern California
Gary Ayala
Charlie, who "rescued me" at the Los Angeles shelter 12 years ago, had never seen snow until this weekend, when we encountered this season's remnants on a drive in Prescott, AZ. He was a little hesitant at first but after a few steps started to enjoy it and acted like it wasn't anything new... The X100 fill flash came in handy when snapping a black dog with side lighting.


Charlie's first snow, Prescott by AZK9lover11, on Flickr
Charlie seems good-to-go. Nice image.

Gary
 

Phoenix

All-Pro
Dec 28, 2011
Melbourne, Australia
Phoenix Gonzales
Charlie, who "rescued me" at the Los Angeles shelter 12 years ago, had never seen snow until this weekend, when we encountered this season's remnants on a drive in Prescott, AZ. He was a little hesitant at first but after a few steps started to enjoy it and acted like it wasn't anything new... The X100 fill flash came in handy when snapping a black dog with side lighting.


Charlie's first snow, Prescott by AZK9lover11, on Flickr
That is one seriously happy dog.
 

Bandrews

Rookie
Feb 19, 2013
I always take hundreds of photos of my dog - but this isn't my dog. He's called Bede and he is the son of my dog - his owner is a friend of mine who was up visiting at he weekend. Took advantage of the first sunny day of the year and went for a long walk - my dog was there too but seemed to spend most of the time down holes so not great for photography. Still getting to grips with the XE1 and the 35mm 1.4 and just trying out the jpeg film sim modes.....


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pniev

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I don't have a dog so I haven't been able to post something in this thread yet. Until yesterday when I was shooting some photos at the beach (see also X10 on the beach). This dog popped up in my viewfinder, so I quickly took a shot. As I had to respond quickly I had to use to adjustment brusk to increase the exposure of the dog. Rest is SOOC JPEG. Camera: X10, 12MP

BeachWalk-2013-003.jpg by Peter Nievaart, on Flickr
 
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Jan 31, 2011
Newcastle, Australia
Sue
I don't have a dog so I haven't been able to post something in this thread yet. Until yesterday when I was shooting some photos at the beach (see also X10 on the beach). This dog popped up in my viewfinder, so I quickly took a shot. As I had to respond quickly I had to use to adjustment brusk to increase the exposure of the dog. Rest is SOOC JPEG. Camera: X10, 12MP

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Nice shot, but only on flickr, for me. Can you use BBcode, Peter? Please? HMTL coded shots from flickr look terrible in the small themes for this site.
 

AZK9lover

Regular
Apr 10, 2011
Chandler, AZ
Stan
I don't have a dog so I haven't been able to post something in this thread yet. Until yesterday when I was shooting some photos at the beach (see also X10 on the beach). This dog popped up in my viewfinder, so I quickly took a shot. As I had to respond quickly I had to use to adjustment brusk to increase the exposure of the dog. Rest is SOOC JPEG. Camera: X10, 12MP

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Captured as if you were a dog owner yourself- nice shot!
 
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pniev

Guest
Nice shot, but only on flickr, for me. Can you use BBcode, Peter? Please? HMTL coded shots from flickr look terrible in the small themes for this site.
Thanks for pointing me at that. Now I also know how to get the reference underneath the photo! As you can see, I haven't used Flickr before. Now check what bb-code does/means and how it differs from HTML. Thanks again!
 

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