Cats and Dogs

CanonFanBoy

Purple
CR Pro
Jan 28, 2015
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After years hanging around this website it has become apparent that a cat or dog is a necessity to round out one's kit. Any suggestions as to type and colors? ;)
 
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Del Paso

M3 Singlestroke
Aug 9, 2018
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After years hanging around this website it has become apparent that a cat or dog is a necessity to round out one's kit. Any suggestions as to type and colors? ;)
An Irish Setter :love: :love: :love: , crazy, lively, lovable, adorable, beautiful, sensitive, playful, great companion,and so much more!
But don't buy a show-dog !
 
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YuengLinger

Godzilla needs boxing lessons.
CR Pro
Dec 20, 2012
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1,858
USA
Best big dog ever: Warlock. Cross between a Doberman and a Rottweiler. Smart, loyal, and kid friendly (if raised correctly). Better looking than either of its parents. Medium shedding, which you'll hardly notice on a dark hardwood floor with matching furniture.
 
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cayenne

EOS 5D Mark IV
CR Pro
Mar 28, 2012
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Cocker Spaniel....female.

Smart, loyal, always there to try to "help" you....and small enough they can hang on the couch with you and the family...

Best little pup I ever had....
 
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LDS

EOS 5D Mark IV
Sep 14, 2012
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Just like you need cameras and lenses that fit your photo style, you need a pet that fits with your life style, for a happy relationship. Some dogs (and even some cats) are very active and need an active human companion as well. Others fit well lazier humans too, just like most cats. A dog can follow you around (and ruin your birds shots), a cat can't (but can still ruin bird shots in your garden) - but a cat won't force you to walk under the rain. A cat can help you in post-processing, but besides a mouse pad, you'll need a cat pad as well (I have still to figure out where to plug the tail - don't do this if you fear scratches on your monitor):

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Anyway, I never had to look for cats. They usually find me anyway.
 
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Don Haines

Beware of cats with laser eyes!
Jun 4, 2012
8,265
1,935
Canada
Just like you need cameras and lenses that fit your photo style, you need a pet that fits with your life style, for a happy relationship. Some dogs (and even some cats) are very active and need an active human companion as well. Others fit well lazier humans too, just like most cats. A dog can follow you around (and ruin your birds shots), a cat can't (but can still ruin bird shots in your garden) - but a cat won't force you to walk under the rain. A cat can help you in post-processing, but besides a mouse pad, you'll need a cat pad as well (I have still to figure where to plug the tail - don't do this if you fear scratches on your monitor):


Anyway, I never had to look for cats. They usually find me anyway.

Looks like one of my cats.... she is very helpful when I try editing video of chickadees
 
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Viggo

EOS R5
Dec 13, 2010
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Tried my ST-E3 as a trigger to my 600 RT which in turn optically trigger my Bron lamp, worked well enough. IKEA blackout curtain as background. My two fur balls .
 

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