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Posing canines for photographs is challenging enough, so Hu-Dad suggested that Cheoah enjoy the great outdoors and natural light. Her response?
Capturing photographs of six Siberian Huskies on a daily basis is not the easiest task in chronicling our story. Speedy dogs like Landon and Typhoon require the Hu-Dad to use a fast shutter speed or all you would see is a blur of fur. Focusing on moving canines is a challenge that Hu-Dad often fails. And trying to use artificial lighting is virtually impossible since we rarely “hit our marks” (the spot where actors are to stand for optimal filming).
Last night, Hu-Dad suggested that Cheoah go outside for a few minutes so that he could capture some photographs. Her reaction seemed to be a list of the negatives of the great outdoors (bugs, wind, brothers) and positives of the great indoors (leather couches, ceiling fans, and lack of brothers).
And so we present Cheoah – courtesy of a flash.
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