Snapped a ton of pictures of the most photographed dog in the world last Saturday (well, at least the most photographed in my opinion). May need some more PP work on some of them, but C&C are welcome for these two. And if you don't know who this is, you'll just have to click them to find out. My own little take: Number 1 is not quite what I want it to be, and I'm not sure why. Maybe its a little out of focus, but the fur is pretty crisp. Otherwise, it may be just a little movement blur, since it was shot at 1/160 sec at 200mm (on a DX sensor). Unfortunately, the pose is one out of a hundred (or more). I would prefer to have more of the dog in the picture, but there was a hand and other stuff just to the right of what you see here, so I did the best to crop the best part. Maybe less of the field would make a better composition. Number 2 is similar in having a great pose, but having to work around some other issues. There is a hedge that is just to the bottom of the picture that I had to crop out, which meant the whole animal couldn't be in the picture like I would prefer, but I think it still looks just fine (and most probably wouldn't notice if I didn't point out wanting his feet in the picture too). The light is obviously to his left, but I think I like that just fine. Fully lit would have been nice too, but I think I'd be arrested if I took pictures from the football field to get the right light.