I can't stop laughing about this picture. The expression on each husky's face is priceless.
I’m tempted to do this every time.
I know the feeling. My dog isn't fond of me when I do this but it's so damn tempting.
I'm inching closer to September 2016 with my snapshot posts. Quick as a snail.
Walking the dogs always gives you the nicest opportunities to test out camera features like continuous focus. These two were running full speed at me and the camera tracked Bijou (the big one) very well considering I was shooting in dim light at ƒ/2 with the XF56mmF1.2 R.
Cold weather? Check
Dim light at dusk? Check
Shallow depth of field? Check
I do enjoy taking photos like this.
Favourite pastime for the dogs: sleeping. They just look too darn cute when they're exhausted from a long walk.
I saw this scene, rushed home with the dog, grabbed my tripod and camera, and ran back hoping the moon hadn't wandered too to get this shot.
This is another one of those pictures that perfectly captures Mika's character. She's lying in the bean bag chair, completely relaxed, looking like she owns it.
Considering that she's a rescue from Romania where she lived off trash and meat scraps for a long time, she's become quite the diva.
I'll need to publish these photo posts more often, so I can catch up to the current month at some point :D
January was a pretty quiet month in terms of photography until I went to a company conference but the conference will get its own post.
This photo happened during an early look at the Fujifilm X-Pro2 and the XF100-400 tele zoom lens, I was lucky to get.
I rarely use the Classic Chrome film simulation but I feel that this shot came out really nice, benefitting from the slightly subdued blue tones.
And that last one is the obligatory dog picture. This time of a very sleepy Mika who really doesn't like being told not to sleep on the bed.
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