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    Paws In The Park With The E-M5

    I'm a big dog lover and this annual event is by Dog Charity organisations. It was specifically organized by K9 Search UK who were instrumental in finding my Gabriel who went missing for six days last year and to who I am indebted.

    Saying that two of my biggest loves are dogs and photography so I had a great time anyway and what was going to be a hour spent there ended up being five hours.

    Just a few of my personal favourites from the day ,I hope you enjoy.

    All taken with the E-M5 and m40-150mm

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    Paws In The Park 2013 by The Craftysnapper, on Flickr


    Paws In The Park 2013 by The Craftysnapper, on Flickr


    Paws In The Park 2013 by The Craftysnapper, on Flickr


    Paws In The Park 2013 by The Craftysnapper, on Flickr


    Paws In The Park 2013 by The Craftysnapper, on Flickr

    I make no apologies for posting two off Dylon who was a rescue dog and is one of the cutiest I have ever seen.


    Paws In The Park 2013 by The Craftysnapper, on Flickr


    Paws In The Park 2013 by The Craftysnapper, on Flickr
    Regards Paul. One day I hope to be the person my dog thinks I am.
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    Re: Paws In The Park With The E-M5

    Terrific!

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    Re: Paws In The Park With The E-M5

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Terrific!

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    Thank you Mike.
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    Re: Paws In The Park With The E-M5

    These are fantastic. What were you shooting (speed, etc.) for the jumps?

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    Re: Paws In The Park With The E-M5

    Lovely !
    E-M1/GH2/G1 Full Spectrum & lots of lenses
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    Re: Paws In The Park With The E-M5

    Quote Originally Posted by Elliot View Post
    These are fantastic. What were you shooting (speed, etc.) for the jumps?
    Thank you Eliot, Auto ISO, Shutter Priority using between 1/1000 and 1/1600 sec depending on the dog, border collies definitely needing 1/1600 sec they move like greased lightning, I prefocused and used High Speed frame rate.

    Out of every burst there was always one keeper, I've used DSLR's that were not as good at this as the E-M5.

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    Lovely !
    Thank you.
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    Love the border collie shot and two thumbs up for Dylan.

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    Re: Paws In The Park With The E-M5

    Excellent Paul
    I really enjoyed those.
    all the best

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