Straight out of the shower.
My dog is so smart he reads the New Yorker
My dog is so smart he even speaks English
Something to remember during the holidays. At least it is something my dog much appreciates.
After an inspirational workshop about street photography with
, I had to go out and try taking pictures of strangers myself.
I found out a couple of things:
1) Having a dog must be much like having a baby. It is easy to get in touch with people and especially other dog owners.
2) It isn't as hard as i thought.
Joakim and Tibo
This weekend I entered an informal competition much like a marathon, only not as sporty. 12 hours, 12 assignments, 12 photographs. And please remember; no editing of any kind allowed, and photos had to be taken in the same order as tasks given. Major letdown. But the day itself was great fun and I loved to be challenged this way. I will definitely go for it next year as well.
It is not my proudest photo moment but here is my entry:
#6 Portrait of a stranger
These are our assignments
What do you think?
There will be an exhibition in September but I don't know where and when yet.
for more information. I will absolutely recommend it!
In lack of other people to shoot I shoot my dog. He has started to turn away every time I grab my camera so I see no other way than joining him myself.
It ended up being a rather nice family portrait.
After years with them fighting and having to lock one of them up in another room (usually the dog), I am really happy to see them enjoying each others company at last. All though it looks like my dog is only trying to get away from him, I think its more like he is trying to get closer to me. Or first in line.