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    Dogs in the 'white stuff'

    More snowfalls in 'middle England' so I took my dogs out to play.

    I have used spot metering and + exposure compensation to overexposure the snowy background on some of these shots. Does it work for you ?

    All G1 and all 45mm Leica macro unless stated.


    1. Eye level'

    14-45mm | 36mm | f5.6 | iso200





    2. 'King of the hill'

    f5.0 | 1/100s | iso200





    3. 'White out'

    f5.0 | 1/100s | iso200





    4. 'Aloof' (not my dog)

    f5.0 | 1/640s | iso200





    5. 'Did someone say biscuit' ? (I left the treeline in, yes or no ?)

    f7.1 | 1/30s | iso200




    Thanks for looking.

    tripper

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    Re: Dogs in the 'white stuff'

    Love the 1st and the 4th. Your dog is a Weimaraner, right? It's one of my favorite breeds. I'd love to have one but an apartment is not the best place for these animals. They need to run and exercise.

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    Re: Dogs in the 'white stuff'

    Can you spot the deliberate mistake??

    "Bennie the Bengal returning from a snowy walk"

    Panasonic G1 (sorry about the fuzz - it was a blizzard)

    Keith


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    Re: Dogs in the 'white stuff'

    " Your dog is a Weimaraner, right? "

    The Weimaraner is the only one not my dog Rafa.

    Tripper

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