Crispy Field at Golden Hour

Leaping Leo

They say the best camera is the one that’s in your hand. The above picture was taken close to sunset at one of our off-leash areas. All I had with me was my phone, and yes, I’ll admit to using the “clarity” filter (love that filter). I’m also tempted to photoshop Leo’s ball blue so it stands out more.

I took my DSLR on our next visit and took the following. I’m working with a new lens, which might not be the best for capturing running dogs. I don’t think the pictures turned out as well.

Happy Wordless Wednesday!

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13 thoughts on “Crispy Field at Golden Hour

  1. Your pictures are awesome! Sometimes I use my cell phone, too! I don’t always want to lug it 5-6 miles when I go to Thousand Acres!

  2. Interesting enough, I know how you feel. But when I look at other peoples photos – all I really see is their subject! This is one of those times. All I see is the beauty that you captured in your dogs.

  3. Hi Y’all!

    I think it’s a case of being too critical of yourself. They look great.

    Y’all come on by,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

  4. I think the top shot is a little more interesting because we *can’t* see the ball. Maybe you’ll get people looking at the photo just a touch longer than they would normally because the hidden ball creates a sense of suspense. That’s what I think anyway 🙂

    Jean from Welcome to the Menagerie

  5. That first action shot at the top is incredible, I love it! Sometimes you get the most amazing shots when you’re not even trying.
    Love & Biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

  6. A better camera doesn’t always mean a better photo. I think photography can be very frustrating! 🙂

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