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Fast Dog slow tog

I took this a while ago and you can see being a landscape togger who was taking landscapes at the time I am not fast enough to tog my dog.


Looking at it again I liked the movement so I processed it what do you think?




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Re: Fast Dog slow tog

it works for me Alf, I like it too.
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Re: Fast Dog slow tog

Having just seen the results for a local Newspaper competition and also the R.P.S exhibit, this is very much in the modern idiom, Alf.

As a shot of your friend enjoying the beach, it will bring you pleasure for many years to come.
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Re: Fast Dog slow tog

Almost surreal, very effective. I like it.
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Re: Fast Dog slow tog

Hi there Alf!

You have done better there than most of my attempts at capturing my two Springer Spaniels - I generally just get a wagging tail or two at the edge of a frame! I like the processing and it must have been quite a slow shutter speed to get that much movement in the dogs legs so well done for keeping him in frame!

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Re: Fast Dog slow tog

Love it, had several Collies in my time - super dogs!

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Re: Fast Dog slow tog

Thanks for all the comments.

Ralph I know what you mean about shooting springer spaniels I have rarely gotten a good shot of him but at 13 years old at the time of taking he is slowing down.

Here he is half an hour later we had been to Ennerdale first though.


Paddy on the beach by alf.branch, on Flickr

Here is one about 4 years ago


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Re: Fast Dog slow tog

All look pretty good to me Alf, I like the first especially.

Edit: And I bet you couldn't get that shot again if you tried!
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Re: Fast Dog slow tog

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All look pretty good to me Alf, I like the first especially.

Edit: And I bet you couldn't get that shot again if you tried!
Thanks Mark

you are right I couldnt do that again but as I said I wasnt meaning to
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