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    Smile Becky revisited

    Since I recently got 50-200mm, I wanted to test it, so few friends and I got Becky to run around for a bit











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    Default Re: Becky revisited

    Good shooting! Nice bokeh and lots of depth. The second one looks like she's jumping right out of my screen!

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    Becky is a little doll! nice shootin
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    Default Re: Becky revisited

    Quote Originally Posted by Mar View Post
    Since I recently got 50-200mm, I wanted to test it, so few friends and I got Becky to run around for a bit
    What makes me think getting Becky to run around for a bit isn't all that hard?

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    Some of the best dog shots i've seen, Becky is so cute.
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    Great shots perfect exposure and great composition for a moving dog..

    Cute dog BTW...

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    OMG! These are adorable!!! And Becky is just to darn cute!!
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    Excellent series Mar! It really pays off to bring your dog wranglers along, doesn't it? The low point of view makes these shots really stand out from the crowd, but judging from the rock-strewn landscape I'll bet it wasn't a very comfortable shoot. Well done!

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    Default Re: Becky revisited

    Great set of pictures and a willing model that's very cute.

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    Thank you all.
    Yes, she's a cutie and as for the angle - I brought a blanket along to lay on it in order to obtain a good angle on the dog.

    As for the settings, I used CAF and 1 af spot most of the time, E-5 was excellent in that regard.
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    So cute.

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