So I go to a fancy fucking dogpark, okay? It’s right under the Hollywood sign and the view and the dogs are pretty awesome.
It’s not “really” a dog park but everyone that lives nearby uses it as one. My puppy has made friends with all (or most) of the regular dogs and recently I shot some of his more famous fury friends.
These are super photoshopped on purpose, so if you’re not into overly photoshopped photos then you probably won’t like these.
The lesson I learned here: My camera has more settings than I am yet used to. My D3S ISO can go up to 1600 which helps a ton in low light situations. I was trying to shoot in Aperture mode only (like Josh said) but all of my pictures were coming out blurry and kind of dark. I was alerted to the fact that if I shot on Manual and set the Aperture wide open with a fast speed and high ISO I would be able to capture moving dogs and retain some of the rich color of sunset. I had forgotten all about the ISO settings.
I still photoshopped the shit out of the color but the original pics were pretty good. Shot with a D3S using a 28-300 Nikkor lens.