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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Sale View Post
    Let me throw mine in there ....


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    I know , I had my niece come over and take some pictures and we got two like that. It kinda creeped everyone out ! lol
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    Awesome "psycho dog" pics! Would like to get one of my dog some day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel J Simoens View Post
    Daniel can I post this on another forum? Its too funny not to share.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghadarits View Post
    That's funny I have a pile of the same type pics. I get one good pic for every 25 I take.
    I'm happy to know I'm not the only one. I've got tons of them... I always thought I was just terrible at taking good pictures! My boyfriend actually took this one, he was so happy it was my dog and not his! Now I'm on a mission to get one like this of his dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oneshotlu View Post
    I'm happy to know I'm not the only one. I've got tons of them... I always thought I was just terrible at taking good pictures! My boyfriend actually took this one, he was so happy it was my dog and not his! Now I'm on a mission to get one like this of his dog.
    Clearly, it's not THAT difficult. What I would do is put the dog on sit. Position the photographer between the dog and the bumper, just very slightly off to one side of the dog's anticipated path. Have the sun behind the photographer's back. Have the handler step off to the side out of frame (same side as the photographer) (keeping the dog on stay). If using a canon camera set the autofocus on "AIservo" and the drive on continuous high. Get focused on the dog and get your finger on the shutter release. Give a signal to send the dog simultaneously pressing and HOLDING the shutter release. Reset, repeat. What you are really looking for is the shot as the dog jumps forward off the line. You will want to be relatively close to the dog so that the dog is nearly filling the frame. Show us the results.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HPL View Post
    Clearly, it's not THAT difficult. What I would do is put the dog on sit. Position the photographer between the dog and the bumper, just very slightly off to one side of the dog's anticipated path. Have the sun behind the photographer's back. Have the handler step off to the side out of frame (same side as the photographer) (keeping the dog on stay). If using a canon camera set the autofocus on "AIservo" and the drive on continuous high. Get focused on the dog and get your finger on the shutter release. Give a signal to send the dog simultaneously pressing and HOLDING the shutter release. Reset, repeat. What you are really looking for is the shot as the dog jumps forward off the line. You will want to be relatively close to the dog so that the dog is nearly filling the frame. Show us the results.
    I'll report back soon!

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    You know...if we TRY to get that "crazy" shot, maybe we can get some shots that are actually "good"
    High Tess JH
    Cedar Swamp's Linden JH
    Cedar Swamp's Cuttin a Rug
    Cedar Swamp's Holy Terror JH (3 SH passes)
    Blackfoot's Mr Independence at Cedar Swamp JH
    Cedar Swamp's Angel in Disguise
    Cedar Swamp's Test Pilot
    Cedar Swamp's Bonanza
    Cedar Swamp's Twisted Sister

    Others have also graced our hearts...gone not forgotten.
    RC Buckshot of Seven Hickories MH
    Ceader Swamp's Deuces Wild SH
    Fallen Timber's Second Chance MH
    Ceader Swamp's Mac Millett SH
    and several others...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghadarits View Post
    Daniel can I post this on another forum? Its too funny not to share.
    feel free. it's not my image, just something I've seen before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cedarswamp View Post
    You know...if we TRY to get that "crazy" shot, maybe we can get some shots that are actually "good"

    I thought my shots WERE good. I like that drive.
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