I love animals and decided to devote an entire category to them. Dogs in particular are my favourite as you will see from the photos – I find them to be so photogenic though they are not easy to pose because they tend … SQUIRREL!
Yes. Ahem. There are many factors that one need to consider if you want to have superb animal photography because along with the proper timing, you need to have good exposure, color, and blur settings. Add in the elements of proper shutter speed and ensuring that your less that stationary target remains the focus of your shot and you’ve got your work cut out for you. An understanding of animals and patience is also key to capturing those ideal shots.
The offspring of a dog and a tornado. Piggy is one active dog.
Oh! That is interesting.
I can hear everything.
Love me! Love me! Love me!
Ruby the dog. Three months old and all sorts of bitey.
Bailey didn't fair so well in the scuffle with the another dog. At least the reception got better in the house
Who cares if the ground has a dusting of snow - Sasha is quite happy with the bone she found.
Chilling out on the bed with Maggie
Arnold the dog - during his more mischievous days
Found this guy in the woods while showing some Australian kids that not everything in the wild wants to kill you
My childhood friend, chippy, keeps showing up everywhere
Chocolate labs are awesome
Piggy trying to fool me into thinking she is mellow.
Maggie, running up the beach one cold spring morning
Oswy and Wally. Smellling the freedom of the outside world
I think I see lunch over there.
The gentle and loving cat, Leo.
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