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Here are some of the photos I have taken recently. Don't be to harsh, I have only just started!  :o

The first two were taken at dog shows (Irish Setter & Sheltie), the third is my own dog, fourth was taken at a lure coursing day and last is another of my dogs.

Hope you enjoy them :) Any CC would be appreciated too though!

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Very nice! I love the last one... that would be on my wall if (s)he were mine!

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Really like numbers 3 and 5, love the breeze on number 3.

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I love #3! Thanks for sharing, dog photography is what I enjoy most, doesn't seem to get posted very often :)

Post #4, Sep 19, 2005 12:39:35 as a reply to andydajo's post 45 minutes earlier.


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I love the shot of the Irish Setter and the Pharaoh Hound or is it an Ibizian.

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Last one is my favourite too!

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Thanks :)

Number 4 is a Pharoah Hound.

Dog photography is what I love most...so I hope to see more of it too!

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The thirs shot is great! I love the fur.

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All are great photos. I really like the first and third photos best.

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Very nice. I think you have a good eye for composition! All of the images have some thing going for them.

In #4 is the dog chasing a mechanical lure?

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love the photo of the blue sheltie. Great job!:rolleyes: :lol:

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#3 is really nice.

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Yep it is a mechanical lure :) The Rhodesian Ridgeback club here has lure coursing fun days
open to all breeds and I went along with mine - for a collie, he was damn fast and he's addicted now.

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They are very nice, I like the 3rd shot the most.

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Nat -- what do you mean you're "just starting" -- I've seen some pretty fantastic shots that you have taken. I do a lot of dog show photography (going to a show tomorrow). It can be very difficult to get the "right" shot because the activity is so dynamic. Exhibitors will may times pause to give you the opportunity for a good shot (I also show, so I'm on both ends of it), but my best advice is shoot tons of pics. There will be diamonds among the rough.

Both the Irish and the Sheltie seem a bit soft. The Sheltie also has some shadow issues. #3 is absolutely gorgeous and very dynamic with the wind in the hair. The Pharoh Hound is a nice action shot. And, #5 is absolutely beautiful. The only thing I'd like on that one is the eyes open a wee bit more.

Super shot, Nat.

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