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Old 01-16-2013, 09:10 AM   #31 (permalink)
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What kind of camera are you using?
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Second picture actually makes my heart do floppy flops! It didn't take much for me to talk hubby into a GSD. I suspect, however, that he might not buy that a good camera is a pre-requisite to GSD ownership.

These are some seriously impressive pictures. Do you write? Pictures coupled with a few descriptive paragraphs about the picture itself, and/or anecdotes would make a great coffee table book for dog lovers.
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Beautiful pics-enjoy your addiction-I am on a spending freeze too-so this allows me to live vicariously
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Old 01-16-2013, 09:51 AM   #36 (permalink)
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Second picture actually makes my heart do floppy flops! It didn't take much for me to talk hubby into a GSD. I suspect, however, that he might not buy that a good camera is a pre-requisite to GSD ownership.

These are some seriously impressive pictures. Do you write? Pictures coupled with a few descriptive paragraphs about the picture itself, and/or anecdotes would make a great coffee table book for dog lovers.
Wow thank you. That's a very nice compliment.
I do not write.

I think we cold take all the pictures of all the members' dogs, and truly create a wonderful coffee table book indeed.
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Fantastic shots Anthony! Kira is a complete babe and she sure knows how to pose for the camera.

I'm going to forget I seen the printer and continue my quest for a Tokina or Simga wide lens. This really is an addictive hobby, I woke up first thing this morning, grabbed my camera and snapped a few shots of Zoey playing in the snow. My morning commute was horrible this morning with the snow we got, but I WISH i brought my camera since some of the normal back roads I take were abandoned, covered in snow and quite beautiful.
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Wow thank you. That's a very nice compliment.
I do not write.

I think we cold take all the pictures of all the members' dogs, and truly create a wonderful coffee table book indeed.
I'd be a buyer!
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Fantastic shots Anthony! Kira is a complete babe and she sure knows how to pose for the camera.

I'm going to forget I seen the printer and continue my quest for a Tokina or Simga wide lens. This really is an addictive hobby, I woke up first thing this morning, grabbed my camera and snapped a few shots of Zoey playing in the snow. My morning commute was horrible this morning with the snow we got, but I WISH i brought my camera since some of the normal back roads I take were abandoned, covered in snow and quite beautiful.
Nick,

Grab your 55-200.
Put your camera in continuous focus mode
Put AF mode in 3D tracking
Use ISO 400 (even if sunny) If cloudy, put up to ISO 800)

Hold shutter while tracking your dog.
Your results will amaze you.

For some added fun.... include some training.
Put Zoey in a stay, and walk away. Call him, and as he's running towards you, fire away! LOL

Oh, and yes... the printer is part of the addiction.
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LOL... I don't use that printer for anything other than large prints. If I need 4x6 prints, I'll upload to my local Walgreens.

The printer itself sells for under 200.00. It comes with its 8 color carts, and it does a spectacular job. Great therapy for me and I like the instant feedback.
Of course you can always just use an online service for a few dollars per print, or even Costco, BJ's, etc do a terrific job.

OH, I didn't mention the 24x36 inch movie style posters... I'll spare you the agony.
Now that's just mean! lol More ways for me to spend money I shouldn't..... I thought they stopped those services....

That would be fun to explain to the SO... as he comes home to a stack of like 400 pictures.
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