Unit submissions and planned submissions by NYIP Student Bruce Warner for assignments by Unit
Photograph an animal–a pet, a wild animal, a squirrel in the park, a gnu in the zoo. Try to capture its expression in a way that shows something of its personality. Remember to focus sharply, and aim for an exposure that reproduces all the important highlights and shadows.
50mm fixed lens
Canon EOS Rebel T4i. Bandit is my daughter's rescue dog. She loves to play with the kids, enjoy companionship, and trying to get to the dog next door. The jump here was one of the most common things you'll see of her outdoors. I chose this particular frame because (in spite of not seeing her face) it is totally her.
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