Even more dogs to photograph
or how to photograph uncooperative dogs
Well most of the dogs at the Hampshire Dog Fun Day and Dog Show (hosted by the Lurcher SOS sighthound rescue in Waterlooville) were quite content to sit still and be photographed, some were not.
These three were beautifully behaved despite the heat and distractions.
In comparison these two didn't want to sit still togther, so it the final image was all down to some simple phot editing trickery from two different photographs. In an ideal situation the camera would be on a tripod to keep the background identical for easier editing. The dogs would have been kept the same distance from the camera and on opposite sides of the photos, again making it easier.
Obviously it was one of those days when we just had to take the photos as soon as each dog was still and looking the right way.
Image one - as you can see it took two people to help, and such a small dog too!
Image two - the same set up as the first one
This is the result after some post production work.
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