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  1. #221

    Re: Pets/Animals in LF

    Quote Originally Posted by chuck461 View Post
    Pixie, Nigel
    They're cute! How'd you get them told still? I have trouble getting my two dogs to still enough for a 35mm SLR...that has autofocus!

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    Re: Pets/Animals in LF

    Thanks

    They're both over 12 years, so not great at jumping. They'll both stay on the chair as long as I'm paying attention to them. Nigel is pretty good at sitting still. Pixie is a bit more difficult. She moved from focus (or maybe I missed) in one shot, got bored and laid down in another. A few negs in the trash too. Two together increases the difficulty exponentially.

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    Re: Pets/Animals in LF

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    Nigel again
    After surgery
    He has recovered very well

    Song:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Iz4_JIP698
    Last edited by chuck461; 21-Jan-2020 at 19:22.

  4. #224

    Re: Pets/Animals in LF

    Quote Originally Posted by chuck461 View Post
    Nigel again
    After surgery
    He has recovered very well
    Excellent, glad he's doing well! How long ago was his surgery?

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    Re: Pets/Animals in LF

    It isn't a party until someone's wearing a lampshade!

    Best wishes to Nigel.

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    Re: Pets/Animals in LF

    Quote Originally Posted by MultiFormat Shooter View Post
    Excellent, glad he's doing well! How long ago was his surgery?
    Quote Originally Posted by Dugan View Post
    It isn't a party until someone's wearing a lampshade!

    Best wishes to Nigel.
    Thanks. I'm not sure exactly how long his surgery took, but they released him several hours early because he was doing so well. He went in at 8:00 and was ready to leave before 2:00. He's back to vet today to get his stitches out.
    Nigel appreciates your thoughts. :-)

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