|02-13-2014 05:30 PM|
|Galathiel||Sadly, I 'automatically' take bad pictures at the moment.|
|02-13-2014 04:52 PM|
|doggiedad||"automatic" is your best friend and mine.|
|02-13-2014 04:38 PM|
|02-13-2014 04:36 PM|
|02-13-2014 04:28 PM|
|02-13-2014 03:32 PM|
Yup, cloudy days are best.
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|02-13-2014 03:12 PM|
Photographing a dark dog is HARD!! I'm finding that I get the best shots when it is slightly overcast. Too bright and it actually washes out the black, too dark and well... it's just too dark. Oh, and definitely get comfortable close to the ground, the ranger kneel is super handy for extended periods (http://popularmilitary.com/blog/wp-c.../dawnblitz.jpg)
Here are some recent pics of my bicolor, all were cloudy days, not touched up yet.
Obviously sunny, however, it's about thirty minutes before sunset which naturally filters and softens the light https://scontent-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hpho...18744478_n.jpg
|02-13-2014 02:51 PM|
I take photos exclusively with my phone (iPhone 4s). And while it is an amazing camera, it will not perform well in low light conditions, indoors, or to capture movement.
Editing apps can do a lot to save a mediocre photo. Snapseed is my favorite one, and it is free.
I agree with getting down low. Treats help to get your dog to look at the camera (although they can cause drooling!). I'm not sure how best to photograph a black dog. You might want to check out this website for tips. How to Avoid Problems Photographing Black Dogs - For Dummies
|02-13-2014 02:47 PM|
|02-13-2014 02:23 PM|
I'll try to take some more pictures. Last time I just deleted them all .. ugh. I do try to get down but I guess I'm just too close for one. I've been lazy so have been trying to take pics with my phone instead of getting out the camera (still just a point and shoot one, nothing special).
Oh, and he DOES have a big head, relatively speaking! Just .. not bobble head size!
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