Muttface eats 50mm.

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  1. K_Pugh

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    Got the 50mm f1.8 prime the other day so thought i'd take the obligatory 'pet' shots to try it out (you know your pet really wants it anyway).

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    Lol. He/she looks VERY skeptical in the first shot.
     
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    yeah he can be quite characterful at times - not the sharpest of shots though.
     
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    Which makes sense. Lenses are usually sharpest a couple stops down from their widest aperture.
     
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    Yup, but you know how it is, it's the fastest lens i've ever had so i had to try the DOF.. can't blame me.
     
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    Haha
    Love emm!
     
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    Real nice
    I'm loving the model
     
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    OMG he's gorgeous!
    What kind of hound is he?
    Has similar expressions to my black and tan coonhound. He sleeps upside down like that and makes the same droopy faces!
     
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    Yeah i don't know why they like being upside down so much!

    He's a German Short-Haired Pointer.. chocolaty, rusty, dark brown colour sort of thing.
     
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    #3 really stands out to me, i love the sense of depth.
    His droopy lips on the floor really add to it also, makes me think of how dogs are usually portrayed in cartoons
     

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