My dog moping in the kitchen

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  1. thereyougo!

    thereyougo! TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    My 5 year old white German Shepherd is quite a character. He sees my camera as something that leads to a walk, so will allow me to take pictures up until he gets bored. Since I am often lying on the floor, he will moan, get up and then proceed to lick me and drag at my hands with his paws. I gave him a treat at the end of it and he ran away with it, running straight into the Kitchen island, letting out a yelp. He was unhurt, but GS dogs, especially whites are very vocal, and he never ever stops talking.

    Sony A7RII Batis 25 f/2



    All handheld with IBIS off (forgot to turn back on after yesterday's long exposures)



    1. f/4, ISO 3200 1/15



    [​IMG]Caesar moping-2 copy by singingsnapper, on Flickr



    2. f/5.6 0.5s ISO 1600



    [​IMG]Caesar moping-3 copy by singingsnapper, on Flickr



    3. f/2.8 1/4 ISO 400



    [​IMG]Caesar moping-4 copy by singingsnapper, on Flickr



    4. f/2.2 1/10 ISO 800



    [​IMG]Caesar moping-5 copy by singingsnapper, on Flickr



    5. f/2.2 1/15 ISO 800



    [​IMG]Caesar moping-6 copy by singingsnapper, on Flickr


     
  2. limr

    limr Moderator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Cute pics and gorgeous dog. The last two are killing me, he looks so sad!
     
  3. thereyougo!

    thereyougo! TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    He uses those eyes to his maximum benefit...
     
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    jcdeboever TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    awe, he wants some people food.
     
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    The_Traveler Completely Counter-dependent Supporting Member

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    I will quote my favorite author, me........

    Additionally, when you show the best, the impression is that you are really good; when you show the best along with others not so good, the inevitable conclusion is that you were lucky to get a great shot.
     
  6. thereyougo!

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    Aww. Now you've made Caesar sad...

    [​IMG]Caesar moping-10 copy by singingsnapper, on Flickr

    But I get the message - not that I was ever claiming these to be photographic masterpieces. They are sharp, reasonably well exposed, but not something I will necessarily submit to shutter stock or similar...
     
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    Nice looking dog. I think my favorite is 4.... It's the cloud of hairs and the petulant but patient look on the dog's face.
     

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