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    Default He ain't heavy, he's my brother!

    I saw this two little puppies and took some snap shots. Their mom is a Husky and dad is unknown. The lighter in color has a blue eye and a grey eye!




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    Hey, I like them, puppy are always cute and nice subject.
    However hard to get a sharp as they move alot. think the good lightings helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Howdy
    Hey, I like them, puppy are always cute and nice subject.
    However hard to get a sharp as they move alot. think the good lightings helps.
    Thanks Howdy. Yes the bright daylight helps a lot. Actually the sunlight is from behind and I did not use a lens hood(I don't use it at all, not even once ) But lucikly the angle is slightly tilted down so it does not affect much. But I do not know if it will be better with a lens hood.

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    Then puppy is cute! iyoh.. Feel like hugging them... hehehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by josho
    Then puppy is cute! iyoh.. Feel like hugging them... hehehe
    Puppies are always very cute. You should see their mom. Not cute at all but fierce!
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    Great subject.

    Another thing you may want to try is taking the photo at a lower level, almost at their head/eye level if possible. Especially photo #1, which I think will look much better if taken at that level. Just my opinion.

    Digital is free......free to experiment until memory card full.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tankm
    Great subject.

    Another thing you may want to try is taking the photo at a lower level, almost at their head/eye level if possible. Especially photo #1, which I think will look much better if taken at that level. Just my opinion.

    Digital is free......free to experiment until memory card full.
    Thanks tankm! I did not try that cos I thought the sunlight would shine straight into the caemra. But I'll take your advice next time!
    Last edited by spiderman; 16th February 2005 at 02:37 PM.

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