Kooshy on the Rocks

Kooshy on the Rocks

My neighbors brought their dog with us on that climbing trip out to Canmore.

Meet Kooshy. God that dog can run. I can't tell you how many times I came home only to see my neighbors running up and down the street looking for Kooshy. It thought everything was a game.

The photo was desaturated in photoshop along with artificially creating a large aperture effect (throwing the background out of focus) and a little cropping to add interest to the pose of the dog.

For some reason I shot the original with Kooshy smack in the middle of the frame. Also, her coat is very similar to the rocks in the background. Both of those things added up to an image that had the visual interest of a polar bear in a snow storm. Hence, the considerable tweaking.

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Camera: E990
Lens Type:
Focal Length: 32.7 mm
35mm Focal Length: ? mm
Exposure: 1/111 sec
Aperture: f 5
ISO: 100


Taken: 2001-05-20 08:03:07
Posted: 2006-01-04 | 01:20





Kooshy on the Rocks

Kooshy on the Rocks

My neighbors brought their dog with us on that climbing trip out to Canmore.

Meet Kooshy. God that dog can run. I can't tell you how many times I came home only to see my neighbors running up and down the street looking for Kooshy. It thought everything was a game.

The photo was desaturated in photoshop along with artificially creating a large aperture effect (throwing the background out of focus) and a little cropping to add interest to the pose of the dog.

For some reason I shot the original with Kooshy smack in the middle of the frame. Also, her coat is very similar to the rocks in the background. Both of those things added up to an image that had the visual interest of a polar bear in a snow storm. Hence, the considerable tweaking.

no geodata found

EXIF

Camera: E990
Lens Type:
Focal Length: 32.7 mm
35mm Focal Length: ? mm
Exposure: 1/111 sec
Aperture: f 5
ISO: 100


Taken: 2001-05-20 08:03:07
Posted: 2006-01-04 | 01:20


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