Friday, July 8, 2011

Important Tool

Most Important Tool


Dog Blog Post #378: Well, this Daily Shoot assignment was a no-brainer...

Make a photo of a tool today. Screwdriver. Pliers. Computer. What's the tool you find most important on a daily basis?

I couldn't imagine not having my clicker. It's such a simple thing, yet you can communicate so much with it.

I'm nearly done with my Photography 101 course description. Should be able to post a (relatively) final copy tomorrow. I want to fold in some of my original "Photography" Extracurricular Activities...




... or at least the skills that would support them - and then I should be set.

I can't remember the last time I was this excited about on a new "course" for the boys. Here's hoping it works out!

And finally, here's one for Scavenger Challenge...

Fuzzy or Furry?


.... I haven't decided if it should be:

#4) Fuzzy objects can be difficult to bring into focus. Work on a clean capture of fuzzy texture.

-or-

#18) Hair today, gone tomorrow. If you don't have any, borrow a friend's or go candid.

I'm certainly open to opinions! :)


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7 comments:

Katie, Maizey and Magnus said...

Well this will tell you how much I love my clicker, but this shot is one of my favorites in a while.LOL Seriously what did I ever do with out my clicker. Now I have one of every color and in ever room. I'm happy to see the reemergence of your worksheets. When I first found TL's I also found your blog and downloaded and copied all of your worksheets up to that point. I learned so about training structure from them, so I'm happy to see them again!:)

houndstooth said...

Too much going on today, so I have to play catch up on the tool assignment tomorrow! I love your idea, though!

I love your photography list! I should be so organized. I'm not sure I'd ever get something in any of the girls' mouths, though. That's not something they're too tolerant of.

I think you should count it as a two fer! ;) I am so behind on that, but I did get some shots today. If I weren't so tired, I'd upload them tonight!

Cherie K. Miller said...

Great info on taking beautiful photographs of our babies. Thanks for sharing!

Stopping by on the blog hop and inviting you to see my very best cat lady/cat band video ever! Happy way to start your Saturday morning!

Elyse and Riley said...

Such a cool picture--the first one! Also, we think the second picture you posted should be for the "hair today, gone tomorrow" category.

Elyse and Riley

Kolchak Puggle said...

I am super excited about the Dog Photography 101 sheets. I am always in awe of the great shots you get and can't wait to tach my boys how to be better models :)

Amber-Mae said...

For me, I wouldn't be able to live without my tennis ball! TEE HEE

I love that list your prepared. I can't wait to see pictures of Goldens doing what they were originally created to do! I bet those ones are going to be soooo awesome.

Have a look at my old post of River learning to retrieve game for the very 1st time: http://ambers-diary.blogspot.com/2010/05/river-upcoming-working-retriever.html.

He really enjoyed retrieving that chicken! I was interested in eating it. Mmmm BARF!

greygirl25 said...

Fuzzy, definitely fuzzy.

Your photography course rocks, I love it.

I'm definitely searching out a new project for myself, but so far nothing has really stricken my fancy.