MY dog

cayenne

EOS 7D Mark II
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Oh wow!! What a cute little fellow!!
I'm not familiar with the breed, so very interesting and seeing him grow up...so, please keep "spamming" this thread with pics!!

I really liked the one where it looks like he dropped a leaf in mid stride!!

C
 

Nat_WA

Thinking of a new line... Ow, that hurts
Aug 15, 2017
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Thanks all for your comments and appreciation! :)
He is still quite a handful, exploring his new home / environment - we need to give him the positive reinforcement to continue doing that while not eating our furniture ;)

Oh wow!! What a cute little fellow!!
I'm not familiar with the breed, so very interesting and seeing him grow up...so, please keep "spamming" this thread with pics!!

I really liked the one where it looks like he dropped a leaf in mid stride!!

C
The breed originally comes from North America - Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever - gives away where his roots are ;)
He will grow to be a bit smaller than a Golden Retriever, but remain active to an older age.
Wiebe.
 

ISv

"The equipment that matters, is you"
Apr 30, 2017
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Wiebe!
It is really very cute puppy!!! Now you have to train it how to take photos of birds (or at least not to get in your way when you are taking photos of birds):p:LOL:!
 
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Nat_WA

Thinking of a new line... Ow, that hurts
Aug 15, 2017
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@JuanMa - Those Pekingese are brave little dogs! When I was young our neighbours had one, always very nice and cuddly with me and neigbour-friend but ferocious against a big german sheppard that invaded her personal space :giggle:
I like his colouration :)
W.
 

JuanMa

Canon New F1
May 10, 2018
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Nat_WA
Very cute dog, I love the second picture where he is hiding and lookng at you. I have noticed the photos are very sharp with your 7D2, I can’t get that sharp with mine. I have a 5D mark IV now and no problems.
 

Nat_WA

Thinking of a new line... Ow, that hurts
Aug 15, 2017
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Nat_WA
Very cute dog, I love the second picture where he is hiding and lookng at you. I have noticed the photos are very sharp with your 7D2, I can’t get that sharp with mine. I have a 5D mark IV now and no problems.
Thanks for the compliment :giggle:...
The 7D mkII is an excellent crop camera, but the AF system settings are complex and can be a bit tricky. If setup correctly the camera can take amazing pictures in the right hands (i.e. not mine ;)) although FF camera's like the 5DSR, 5D mkIV etc. will always have an edge in sharpness.
Wiebe.