So, in yesterday’s post I mentioned that today’s post would have Piper in it. So it is time to look at the photos I took of Piper. These were also taken with my new Canon T3i and the kit lens that came with it. (18-55mm) I was trying to think of interesting angles and ways to get a picture of Piper, as she often makes some of the most interesting faces. She has so much personality, and it needs to be captured, so here is another one of her favorite activities, which is tugging on a rope.
Photo One was taken at ISO 500, 21mm focal length, f/3.5 at 1/40sec. I love the slight motion visible in this.
The second photo was taken at ISO 500, at 20mm, f/3.5 and a slower shutter speed of 1/30sec. However, I got her in a stiller moment, so here she is in more of a freeze frame.
Finally, I took a shot of Piper’s eye, looking to get a little soul. I’m not sure I succeeded at the soul, but I really love the coloring of this shot. I did a duotone and I love the combinations of the green with the orange/golden color that is somewhat close to her natural color.
It was shot at ISO 1600, 55mm, f/5.6 and 1/8sec. I’m surprised she stayed still enough for this photo.