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    Has it really been an entire month since I posted a photo of one of my pooches!?


    Buddy by Denise Trocio ( www.dtrociophotography.com), on Flickr

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    Couple more from me as well


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    Ooo, I want one, thats too cute Kombi.
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    Barney the pug came to visit us.
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    Barney by Steve's Life, on Flickr[/img]
    Thanks for viewing.
    Steve U
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    Just a reminder that everyone needs to stop and smell the flowers sometimes...


    Flowers-7430 by kayaker72, on Flickr

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    Brant

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    nawww, everyone loves Pugs.
    and lambs, everyone loves lambs. Both cute and tasty.

    And damn frustrating, 2-hours old and they walk sooo sloooowly trying to get them into a shed so they don't get Foxed overnight (as one already did).

    But these two are the oldest set of twins, taken with my 'other' new pet, I finally got a Pentacon Six body and ran some expired Agfa Portra 160 through it to check frame spacing. Not even a light-meter, just chucked the lens on my 7D, got a rough aperture/speed, then ran outside and shot with the waist-level finder. All 12 properly exposed, that's a first.

    So here's my new pets, shot with my new pet:
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    An awful lot of electrons were terribly inconvenienced in the making of this post.
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    You gotta a love a pug shot. And your lambs are cute as well Doc.
    I'll offer a few of Bo, being dragged around the back yard on his new harnesss. And come back a little later with another pug shot of my own.
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    Bo Jangles_11 by Steve's Life, on Flickr[/img]

    And again.
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    Bo Jangles_12 by Steve's Life, on Flickr[/img]

    Lucky last.
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    Bo Jangles_13 by Steve's Life, on Flickr[/img]

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    Steve U
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    What a beautiful cat Steve!!
    Lambs are adorable!!
    Pugs are cute too!!
    My 3 American Cocker Spaniels...
    August 26, 2012 by saslls, on Flickr

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    Aww, what sweeties Lisa, they look as they are very happy and it might nearly be treat time. This pic oozes personality.
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    Ella Canella by namethatnobodyelsetook, on Flickr

    From my flickr description:

    "A friend's dog in their yard.

    This turned into a bit of an experiment. I did a cross processing curve, and really liked the background, but lost a lot of detail on the dog's face. If I fixed up the darks for the face, I didn't get the pop in the background and the ball toy that I loved... so why not try to mix the two.

    The green (background, foreground grass, ball) is a typical cross processing curve. The dog has the same curve adjusted so that lower end of the curve is normal. These two exposures were placed on layers, and a layer mask added to the top layer. I painted black onto the mask to cut out the dog's body shape, and all the holes in the toy where the dog was visible. Then a 5 or 6 pixel Gaussian blur was done on the mask to remove sharp edges.

    Voila. A pup with some pop."


    The background is also a nice example of 50mm f/1.8 bokeh.

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