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Made By: Sus
Start: 28/11/2009 - 6:00 PM
End: 22/04/2010 - 6:00 PM
Address: Cambridge and worldwide!

This group is for anyone with a passion for dog photography.

The main types (not mutually exclusive) that I have identified are:

- Studio portraits (studio lighting)
- Portraits outside
- Natural light portraits inside
- Environmental portraits
- Abstract portraits (eg paw, as in DPOY 2006 winner)
- General action
- Specific sports/activities action (e.g. agility, other dog sports)
- Greyhound racing
- Working/field (e.g. game sports, farm)
- Dogs interacting with each other - body language
- Dogs with people (showing human-dog bond)
- Dogs with other domestic species (e.g. cats etc)
- Fine art (could be any of the above but usually portraits)


Sus  133185 forum posts England9 Constructive Critique Points
1 Dec 2009 - 10:57 PM

I have a funny story, that Kathy's portrait made me think of. One of the leading canine behaviourists in the country was talking about teaching a deaf dog a 'No Reward Mark' - (basically like 'wrong this time, try again' when training). Usually this would be verbal, but as the dog was deaf, he suggested the flash from a compact camera. All well and good, until it came to Christmas and lots of family snaps!

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KathyW  141793 forum posts Norfolk Island12 Constructive Critique Points
3 Dec 2009 - 10:23 PM

Oh that poor dog... Couldn't he have just wagged a finger or something? It must be very difficult to train a deaf dog though. Mine thought their name was "no!" when they were pups because it was what they heard most of the time Smile

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