Warm puppy: More camera fun

My last post focused on using my new AF-S NIKKOR 35MM F1.8G ED camera lens to document Milo’s snowy shenanigans. Is it dopy that it bugs me that those pictures look so cold?

I have to admit that I prefer being cozy and taking cozy looking pictures, which the new lens does a good job on as well. (It helps to have a handsome model.)

I’m taking a photography workshop next month, and hopefully, my pics will continue to improve. ¬†You can be the judge.
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Any tips or tricks for taking good dog pics with a shallow depth of field? I would love to hear them.

Snow puppy: Playing with my new lens

I treated myself to an AF-S NIKKOR 35MM F1.8G ED lens, which on my Nikon D3400 camera gives me a 50mm look. Today was my first try using it to take pictures of Milo in the snow. It is going to take me a while to learn how to make the most of the new equipment, particularly when it is bright, and cold outside.

How do you manage pictures of your pups on bright snowy days?

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