Getting up close

I had no intention on using fillers this year if I missed a day for whatever reason, I tend to change my mind a lot.
So as I've mentioned already, this year I'm learning to use a DSLR. One of the first things I've decided is to try and perfect manual focus. Now I figure a close up of a dog will be harder than shooting adult people right?
Especially since my dog doesn't appreciate the camera as much as he used to.
lol that is fricken awesome. I gotta say I would have never thought to take this photo. Way to go!!! FAV
posted January 8th, 2012  
I couldn't tell what this was from teh thumbnail, fantastic detail!
posted January 8th, 2012  
@bk12racing Haha thank you!! This is m first fav and first 'fricken awesome' for the year!

@emmar84 I think playing with the new camera will have me doing a few macros and close ups lol. It's fun again!
posted January 8th, 2012  
I've just noticed you're using a 350D too, it seems everyone has newer, posher models but I do love mine. (If someone was to hand my a 5D I wouldn't say no though!)
posted January 8th, 2012  
@amz87 Well your very welcome =) I am glad I was the first lol
posted January 8th, 2012  
@emmar84 I'd love to say it was mine but it's just a loaner. My cousin has asked me to photograph her wedding this year so she's lent her camera to me so I can learn with it. I'd happily take a new shiny model if it was for keeps though! lol
I might have questions for you as the year goes on hehe
posted January 8th, 2012  
No problem, I'll do my best to answer them
posted January 8th, 2012  
Wow, great clarity, and I bet before you are going to fall in love with the DSLR.
posted January 9th, 2012  
Love it! My dog is the subject of my photos a lot. He is more cooperative modeling for me than my kids (most of the time!)
posted January 9th, 2012  
Awesome shot Amy
posted January 9th, 2012  
woof.
posted January 25th, 2012  
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