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Jan 15, 2010 10:12 |  #1

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My daughter-in-law was thinking about shooting pets and dog shows as well. Does anyone else do this and if so what equipment do you use? She is just getting into photography so at the moment her equipment is limited. Any suggestions would be most welcome. Thank you.

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Jan 15, 2010 10:55 |  #2

Are these shows indoors or outdoors?


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Jan 15, 2010 12:02 |  #3

They are indoors as well as obedience dog shows as well held indoors. I was hoping some of you would share your set-ups so i would have some idea as to what she might need. Thank you.

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Jan 16, 2010 06:39 |  #4

For one you'll have to check exactly what she is allowed to photograph, there are restrictions at the dogs shows here in the UK especially with flash photography. I've taken a few shots at shows but they are of dogs whose owners I know.




  
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Jan 16, 2010 12:47 |  #5

good point briar. I figured it would give her lots of practice and maybe make some contacts.

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