Views: 64 (13 Unique) 
Vote 13
Award Shortlist   

Goodbye 2005

By Sus  
After spending a day trying to practice the tips for action dog shots in the dog photography book I'm reading, I'm realising how tricky it is. On shutter priority, for at least 1/250 (pref higher) to freeze action, but no good if the light levels are not high! So most pics came out underexposed (until I remembered to change ISO). Trying to get 'feet off the ground' this is not one of the best but it's to see the tale end of 2005 out with a few glasses of wine and bit of grub (after I've taken the dog out yet AGAIN! Never tires, he does...) Happy New Year everyone.

Tags: Pets and captive animals

Voters: Blenkinsopp, amos_cmos, cattyal and 10 more


Take your photography to the next level and beyond...

  • NEWS
  • REVIEWS
  • INSPIRATION
  • COMMUNITY
  • COMPETITIONS

Why not join for free today?

Join for Free

Your total photography experience starts here


USA Landscape Photographer of the Year 2016 open to entries NOW!

Comments


Blenkinsopp 10 320 4 England
31 Dec 2005 10:05AM
like it

know how difficult it is as I have 2 collies - maybe it would help if we traded them in for something slower !!

Can we have the coming into 2006 one next??

Join ePHOTOzine for free and remove these adverts.

KathyW 12 1.8k 12 Norfolk Island
31 Dec 2005 10:52AM
Very typical collie shot!!!
Good one to end the year, and would be nice to see him running to camera tomorrow!
Well done and all the best for 2006.
Kathy
paul162brown 12 10 England
31 Dec 2005 10:52AM
Great shot, love the way he is running into the image, with the path leading your eye through. Paul
skydivemike 11 47 Northern Ireland
31 Dec 2005 11:54AM
Nice one.

Mike..
pcjackso Junior Member 11 7
31 Dec 2005 12:03PM
Great shot
Happy New Year
Pauline
himel 12 61
31 Dec 2005 8:13PM
Hi SUS, u said if u click higher shutter than it goes underexpose. But i can open your apperture. If u give a small number of apperture that means big amount of apperture u can have good light and the depth of field is also good and artistic.

I think if u would give a big aperture and it would be more beautiful.... by the way now its not bad..... i like the curves on the grass and the position of the pet in golden section.....



Himel
Sus 11 3.2k 9 England
1 Jan 2006 8:06AM
Thank you all for your comments. Yes, the aperture was a limitation with the lens I was using (f4-5.6 maximum) - I tried today using a lens with a wider aperture but it was even duller weather - will have to wait for some more sunshine.
tepot 12 4.4k United Kingdom
1 Jan 2006 8:35AM
this is cute, i've tried action shots with dogs and it's very hit and miss, and since i still use film expensive after throwing out all the duff slides....lol
angelamary 10 6 England
4 Jan 2006 12:26AM
What a super shot! Lifes never boring with a border collie! (Our family joke used to be "... bordering on what, we're not sure", but ours wasn't pure bred) Gorgeous dog, well caught!
TommyStr 10 9 3 Norway
4 Jan 2006 9:54PM
You managed to get a good action shot here!
alexball 12 5
17 Jan 2006 12:42AM
click!

Sign In

You must be a member to leave a comment.

ePHOTOzine, the web's friendliest photography community.

Join For Free

Upload photos, chat with photographers, win prizes and much more.