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Day 11 March 2010: Dog photography


11 Mar 2010 10:15AM
Today we want to see how good you are at photographing dogs and we have an article full of dog photography tips to give you some inspiration.

Don't forget that e2 members can upload their images here while our free members can upload images into the gallery.

You can learn more about Photo Month in our what is Photo Month thread .

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cats_123 Plus
13 4.7k 28 Northern Ireland
11 Mar 2010 10:22AM
not my dog, but this Alsation was enjoying every minute swimming in the sea Grin

brian1208 Plus
14 11.3k 12 United Kingdom
11 Mar 2010 12:04PM
two of my favourite dog shots



csurry 15 9.2k 92
11 Mar 2010 1:01PM
Just to try and make an effort to support this - here is a dog portrait.


Fishnet 13 5.0k 5 United Kingdom
11 Mar 2010 1:40PM
I have way too many photos of my Fergus but i think this is my favourite.

Are we only allowed to upload one ?
Pete Plus
16 18.8k 97 England
11 Mar 2010 1:53PM
It's not restricted, but ideally you should keep each day to one or two pics to avoid the threads getting swamped.
MaryMac 11 258 1 United Kingdom
11 Mar 2010 2:17PM
How do I upload onto this section? I went to members meetings and signed in as an attendee and uploaded my photo from that page but its only showing on my PF page not in this specific gallery ?
Thanks Mary
Coleslaw 12 13.4k 28 Wales
11 Mar 2010 2:19PM
Mary, you don't need to attend any meeting in Meeting Page.

As an E2 member, you can just upload it here. Right on top of the box where you type your comment, there is a button you can press for 'Upload An Image'. Just click on that.
MaryMac 11 258 1 United Kingdom
11 Mar 2010 2:30PM
Annie by MaryMac

We rescued Annie 9yrs ago in the vets waiting room where her owner was there to have her put to sleep she was only a year old and had just had a litter of puppies too she was a nervous timid little thing who peed if you even looked at her Today she still pees everywhere but is a lovely happy dog I took this shot when she came nose to camera when I was trying to capture some insect on the lawn. Cropped from original sharpened and converted to B/W sony-shots-362.jpg

MaryMac 11 258 1 United Kingdom
11 Mar 2010 2:32PM
Thanks Coleslaw much appreciated for the instructions
helena 13 134 United Kingdom
11 Mar 2010 2:38PM
Just uploaded my doggy pic in the gallery.
Tara x Grin
brian1208 Plus
14 11.3k 12 United Kingdom
11 Mar 2010 2:51PM
what a lovely shot of Annie - how could anyone think of putting her down ?
MaryMac 11 258 1 United Kingdom
11 Mar 2010 3:00PM
Thats what we said and so just brought her home shes the youngest of our 4 dogs 2 other Maltese Suzie another rescue dog aged 17 and Rocky who we took in because his owners were going back to the UK 5yrs ago aged 15 and the leader of the pack Millie a jack russell age 11 who I actually delivered into the world as she was breeched and mum needed a hand to turn her and the baby above who is Annie they have become our "kids" and are spoiled rotten !
Coleslaw 12 13.4k 28 Wales
11 Mar 2010 4:21PM
Excellent shot indeed, Mary, and well done you for rescuing her.
Sconz 10 9 1 Ireland
11 Mar 2010 4:29PM
This is D'fer. The name was original 10 years ago when I got him as a 6 week old ball of fluff. He's been through the wars but still in fairly good shape. He's very attentive to me as it's just the two of us in the house and it was very easy to get him to pose. I really should take a lot more but there's a few of him on my pages.

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