Strike a pose.....

Chuck's working on his corgi photography skills. He claims it's hard to capture their feet in the picture LOLOL.

There we go! I think this shot is the best?

Thoughts and advice much appreciated from the show gurus!!

Uno is 15 months old.

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Comment by Beth on October 15, 2009 at 6:21pm
Uno is a gorgeous dog, and I agree the last pose is the best pose. If I can make one suggestion, an uncluttered background works best, OR outside in bright enough light that you can blur the background so it's not obvious. :-) I have trouble getting decent posed shots of mine at all, so believe me I sympathize with the difficulty!
Comment by Tiffany on October 15, 2009 at 6:05pm
oh that's exciting! :) thank you!
Comment by Tiffany on October 15, 2009 at 6:04pm
thank you :) We;re a work in progress ;)

Uno is by Ch Pyne-Woode's Cowboy Bebop and out of Notts Dragonfly In Amber. 3 of his other siblings have finished their championships just recently.. and one got his grand championship too. Another half sibling (same sire) also just got his grand championship. So exciting!
Comment by Shepdog on October 15, 2009 at 6:02pm
Whoops --- hahah, no wonder I like his head so much, his mom's from the same kennel my boys are from... *grin*

Good luck with him!
Comment by Shepdog on October 15, 2009 at 5:56pm
Oh, I like him. :) I do like the last picture too from a showing standard - it's easier to see his nice outline. What's his breeding, do you mind if I ask? :) I like his head. :D
Comment by Alice on October 15, 2009 at 12:15pm
I like the last picture too. It shows his nice topline.

We have the best luck taking pictures during the day in a shaded area outside such as the porch. This gives plenty of natural light to show coloring and you don't need the flash. If the flash goes off, Finnigan will ALWAYS end up with glowing eyes. Finn is pretty good with the stay command so if I get him into a position, show him a treat then tell him to stay I can quickly snap a picture. Definitely easier with help though. :)
Comment by John Wolff on October 15, 2009 at 11:23am
The first is by far the best. I think that beautiful and unique coat shows best without the flash. Get him in outdoor light with a very simple background. Be sure to show off the tail. Use dog treats or perhaps a squeaky to direct his face -- you need to be able to shoot one-handed or else use an accomplice.
If in direct sunlight, try with the sun behind him (to get non-squinting, relaxed face) and use fill-in flash (I keep forgetting to do this).
You have a beautiful subject.
Comment by Judi, Dawn, Soffie & Griffyn on October 15, 2009 at 10:16am
He is beautiful. I like the first photo the best. I also like the third one too.

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