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WifeKidsandDog

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I'm so used to photographing a black dog that I'm finding photographing a dark brown and white one quite a challenge.

I was happy with how this one turned out though. Also, a lens rave for the Sigma 70-200 f/2.8 zoom. I'm thrilled with mine and it was so much cheaper than the Canon versions -- it doesn't have IS though, but I'm finding it easy enough to handhold.

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Certainly well done with this shot!

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Thats a nice image. Did you do a little selective blur anywhere?

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Thats a nice image. Did you do a little selective blur anywhere?

No, no blurs. It was f/2.8 @ 200mm so the DOF was very shallow.

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That is a great image Cheryl. I also have that lens and I really like it. It's well worth the $$.

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Very nice shot.

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Originally Posted By: buzzsaw
Thats a nice image. Did you do a little selective blur anywhere?

No, no blurs. It was f/2.8 @ 200mm so the DOF was very shallow.

Well done! This is my favorite image of yours.

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Great shot! The expression on your pups face is priceless.

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Great pic! Looks like Milly is watching something very intently!

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