Well, I love sharing behind the scenes information with you. You probably do not know but for years when I first got started I only ever used a 50 mm lens. Something about it I just loved. Perhaps it’s because a 50 mm lens is considered the closest to the human’s eyesight and perspective, so it just feels natural to us.
Well after years of use it just croaked. That’s the bad news.
The good news is I got a new one…. one even better. Now that’s not just good news for me that’s good news for you too! I’m staying busy and that means I can upgrade my equipment and that means better product and performance for you! Now we all know that equipment alone doesn’t make a great photograph, but it does provide more options to put my vision into reality, and that’s exactly what I want to happen.
Here’s a few of my favorite pet images!
Some of these are shelter dogs that I captured. I take their photograph to try to make them look loveable and presentable to get a home! And keep scrolling and check out my own scruffy dog.
And last but not least, last night I realized I was too busy taking pictures of other peoples dogs that I haven’t even taken time to capture my own yet. This is my scruffy boy Konnor. I really debated on cleaning him up for a proper photo, but I decided against it. Many people think that their dog has to have a bath and be “perfect” for a session. But Konnor loves running out back. He loves to dig, play and get dirty. He’s spunky. He’s a Mauzer (1/2 Schnauzer and 1/2 Maltese), but we don’t care how he’s “supposed” to look. We just shave him completely and he absolutely loves it!
So here’s my scruffy boy! I love how he stands so perfect just waiting for something… a treat perhaps? I also wonder what sort of mischief he was up to before I came out to take this picture.
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