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A beautiful fall evening finds Hu-Dad taking photos of Roscoe for the blog, but how close is too close for a good picture?
After over 4,000 posts here at The Thundering Herd, the dogs have become quite the professional models. On most days, Hu-Dad breaks out the camera and captures life as it happens. But on slow days, he grabs a willing subject and gives the “look cute” command. Amazingly, the dogs ham it up for the camera more often than not (Typhoon falls in the not category a lot).
Unfortunately, they don’t always understand focal point and personal space, so sometimes come a little too close to the camera to get a good tight focus. And how close is too close?
P.S. – Happy October!
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