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Wolfe.....one of a team of three owned by a winning UK musher. Here he is waiting for his turn to run. I love his bored expression.
When these dogs are harnessed up they literally beam with happiness. Taken on a very dark & dreary day so high ISO used.
Some people may not like the messy foreground that I have decided to leave, so have uploaded mods for people to play.
Thanks for looking, all C&C learned from.
These are modifications uploaded by other members of the photo above. Download the photo by right clicking Download Photo and clicking Save As.
Love the low view point and his expression.
This is a super capture Karen.
Thanks for the mod Cole, I like it. How did you brighten it without the face looking too white? -which is what happened when I tried
Karen, you just paint it back on the layer mask after the adjustment.
You can use shadow and highlight as well.
Thanks everyone. Thanks Cole, something else for me to learn!
beautiful doggie, great shot Karen.
Thanks Jan & Proz
Great shot, lovely low view point. Like the mod.
hes great. really like it.
great shot and pose.
Thankyou for the comments
Super capture, super Dog.
i think the dog needed a wash probably because it has had a good walk
Anneliese I think your right! He did alot of running in the mud too.
He's gorgeous. super capture.
love this what a great shot
Thanks Marilyn & Si
First class in all respects, most interesting p/f
Lovely capture - love the natural setting in the foreground too!
Bored is right ,his expression says it all,love the specks of dirt on him.
Another great one Karen.
Ps,the mod Cole did is great,,,
A first class canine portrait
Great portrait, nice detail and love the expression
Best referred to as muddy kneeís on your jeans when doing this type of low down portrait photography of dogs and well worth the effort to get this one. Dogs have their own type of body language and this comes across extremely well in this portrait. This lovely dog was born with such correct white markings on his face they could have been painted. A pleasure to view. Well done.
Simply my favourite breed; such a beautiful shot of those markings.
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