Discussion in 'Portraits, People, & Pets' started by Micky, Oct 7, 2017.
Photographer and dog
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Today X-T20 + XC 50-230mm
Last Saturday he managed to slash through his right rear paw main pad. As my vet was closed for the weekend we ended up in the local small animal hospital. £400 later he's got an infection in his paw and a number of stitches. So he's feeling sorry for himself.
Ouch. Hope his recovery is swift and full.
OH, IRENE...you really have one GREAT looking dog !!!
I hope ol' Ben makes a quick and speedy recovery Jamie ...
Ben's very good at 'pathetic'
the endgame for any football in our garden!
So the dog which wouldn't raise an eyebrow had to visit the vet to have a wound in her abdomen stitched up. The vet put an elizabethan collar on Rosie to stop her worrying
the wound, didn't work, extended the collar twice, didn't work. Back to the vet, put her in a babygrow he said, really, it's worked before we were assured. It worked while we watched her, lasted three seconds when we didn't...
Very cute, only improved if doggy looked more relaxed and 'smiley'. My collie dislikes the camera 'looking' at her and throughout her life has a chastised expression and is usually looking away in all photos!
Yep, he's perfected this look to melt the heart of any human he comes across. Funnily enough I had a visit from two police detectives this morning in connection with something I'd seen relevant to a case they were working on and one of them spent the whole time petting him.
My daughters dog Ruby, a boxer/staffie mix who is giving me a please give me look because I have a bag of treats.
Oliver.........always watching for squirrels! X-T2 35mm f2!
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And......after a needed haircut.!
I am just a hobbyist and am trying to learn about dog photography studio work. Any cc is welcomed to help me learn!!
You're doing just fine bbestone
X-T2, 16-55 @ 55 f2.8, 1/60, iso 2,000
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