Tip of the Day – Tethering Two Dogs
When photographing multiple dogs that don’t stay, find something safe and secure to tether them to. With the leads the exact same length, they will reach the limit end of their lead and automatically be lined up exactly next to each other when you get their attention towards the camera. The leads can be edited out later for a clean look. Stopping down a little will help with focus if the dogs are not exactly next to each other.
Canon 1D-x, Canon 100mm Macro, 1/500 sec at f4.5, ISO 1600
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