Kids are in school (so I woke the dogs up from school)

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  1. MWC2

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    Let me just say that getting a decent picture of the dogs is much, much harder than getting a decent picture of the kids. I think I went though 1/2 a package of lunch meat.

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    SS: 1/20
    F/3.5
    ISO 200

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    SS: 1/25
    F/3.2
    ISO 200

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    SS: 1/20
    F/3.5
    ISO 200


     
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    Look at your baby trying to be good for his/her mum :) sweet shots!
     
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    I LOVE the third one!!! I thought their eyes looked like they were bulging all the time but 3 disproves that. Great light too! (I don't know how to say that without sounding ignorant or insensitive, and hope that's not coming across wrong).
     
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    their eyes are buggy so don't worry your not coming across wrong. Max (the larger one, photo #1 and #2) has really buggy eyes and eye damage is a problem, as you can see one of his eyes has been damaged from running into a tree. Buddy (the smaller and photo #3) doesn't have such buggy eyes but he has his own issues. He's tiny, deaf and I swear slower than the March Hare, but I love him almost as much as I love Max. ;)
     
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    3 is great! Love them :)
     
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    cool pics. I will be attempting to photograph my boxer/pitbull puppy tomorrow night.
     
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    Nice photos.

    I love your watermark! :biglaugh:
     
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    Might as well embrace it, right?

    lmao
     
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    The worst is trying to get a family picture with a dog looking in the same direction as everyone else. You might try using a clothes pin with the treat and pinning it where you want them to look, that way you can have your hands free to work the camera. Nice focus and lighting.
     
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    What do you use for lighting in your photos?
     

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