MY dog

Valvebounce

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Hi Folks.
A few shots of Mojo taken over the Christmas break. I tried to think of something different to do :unsure: and then resorted to the old sticking a hat on the dog shot! :oops::rolleyes::) He did enjoy his gifts though!

4X3Z9832_DxO by Graham Stretch, on Flickr

4X3Z9834_DxO by Graham Stretch, on Flickr

4X3Z9840_DxO by Graham Stretch, on Flickr

4X3Z9849_DxO by Graham Stretch, on Flickr

Relaxing in ‘his’ chair.
4X3Z9852_DxO by Graham Stretch, on Flickr
Always said I would never allow a dog on the furniture! :rolleyes: He’s nearly 9 and his previous owner encouraged him to sit on the sofa, don’t have the heart to stop him now so he has a sheepskin rug in the arm chair! :)

Cheers, Graham.
 
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Valvebounce

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Hi Arquebus.
Welcome to the forum.
Nice shot, I grew up with one or more border collies around, lovely natured dogs, sometimes a problem if they have the eye, they will round up cats, (yes a collie can herd cats) children, inanimate objects or even sometimes adults! :LOL:

Cheers, Graham.

Carlos - 4 years old Border Collie mix, rescue dog
 
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Del Paso

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Hi Folks.
A few shots of Mojo taken over the Christmas break. I tried to think of something different to do :unsure: and then resorted to the old sticking a hat on the dog shot! :oops::rolleyes::) He did enjoy his gifts though!

4X3Z9832_DxO by Graham Stretch, on Flickr

4X3Z9834_DxO by Graham Stretch, on Flickr

4X3Z9840_DxO by Graham Stretch, on Flickr

4X3Z9849_DxO by Graham Stretch, on Flickr

Relaxing in ‘his’ chair.
4X3Z9852_DxO by Graham Stretch, on Flickr
Always said I would never allow a dog on the furniture! :rolleyes: He’s nearly 9 and his previous owner encouraged him to sit on the sofa, don’t have the heart to stop him now so he has a sheepskin rug in the arm chair! :)

Cheers, Graham.
I can understand that you don't want a dog on a sofa.
Though, mine had:
- 2 sofas
- 1 armchair
- and I had to share with him...
 

mikekeck

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Not mine. A border-whippet. I don't use my 16-35 F4L very often, but I sure have fun when I get it out (16mm, 1/125, F16, ISO 800; 5Div with studio monolights 5Z8A1058_1800.jpg ).
 
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Very nice shot, Mike.
 
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Nat_WA

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Thanks all!
Cute & very good looking he is, and very energetic - just the obedience part needs some work;) especially now he is entering puberty :eek:
W.
 

Nat_WA

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Yesterday I took my "birding" lens (100-400mm II) by accident instead of the 70-200 (as they are almost the same size it's easy to make the mistake :confused:) - so 'subject isolation' through wide aperture was a bit harder...
Made the best of it - and actually for some of the scenes the 100-400 may even have had an advantage; see below
... close up, almost dreamy look ;)
TollerSam-4009.jpg
w. 7D2, @200mm, f/5.6 ISO640
... but when he is playing with another dog it all looks very different :p (they were running up and down a sand dune, sometimes at a distance where >200mm was useful...)
TollerSam-4025.jpg
@227mm f/5.6 ISO640
TollerSam-4040.jpg
Looks ferocious but it was all play :cool:; @105mm f/5.6 ISO640
W.
 
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Valvebounce

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Hi Wiebe.
Lovely shots, I have done the same in the past, confusing the 70-200 and 100-400 lenses, not great when you have a 200mm lens for birding!
I have taken some shots of our dog last week and deliberately took the 100-400, hoping to post some of them soon.
Didn’t your mother ever tell you it’s all fun until one of you gets hurt! :rolleyes: Mine certainly told me and my brother, one of us usually got hurt anyway! :LOL::LOL:

Cheers, Graham.

Yesterday I took my "birding" lens (100-400mm II) by accident instead of the 70-200 (as they are almost the same size it's easy to make the mistake :confused:) - so 'subject isolation' through wide aperture was a bit harder...
Made the best of it - and actually for some of the scenes the 100-400 may even have had an advantage; see below
... close up, almost dreamy look ;)

w. 7D2, @200mm, f/5.6 ISO640
... but when he is playing with another dog it all looks very different :p (they were running up and down a sand dune, sometimes at a distance where >200mm was useful...)

@227mm f/5.6 ISO640

Looks ferocious but it was all play :cool:; @105mm f/5.6 ISO640
W.