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frostygirl July 6th, 2011 10:35 AM

Hi everybody!
 
My name is Joan and my husband John and I have 4 dogs: Suzie, Danny, Molly and Rowdy and 3 cats: Sweetie, Tommy and Nicky. We live in S.E. Ohio and we both love, love, love our furbabies! :lovestruck:

chico2 July 6th, 2011 03:54 PM

WeLCOME TO OUR FORUM,FROSTGIRL!!
Seems to me you have a perfect wonderful family,hopefully you can post some pictures and introduce us to each one of them.

Dee-O-Gee July 6th, 2011 08:55 PM

Welcome to the board Frostygirl. :)

We are picture hounds here so whenever you're ready, we'd love to comment! :thumbs up

hazelrunpack July 6th, 2011 09:40 PM

Welcome to the board, frostygirl. Definitely need some pics of your menagerie! :D

frostygirl July 7th, 2011 03:32 AM

Thank-you so much for the warm welcome chico2, klmccallum and hazelrunpack! I'm very glad to be here! As soon as I get some better pictures of our furbabies, I will definitely post them. It seems like whenever I take pictures they don't turn out very well. I suppose I could blame the camera, but I believe it's the person behind the camera that is the problem! Lol!

marko July 11th, 2011 08:32 AM

Welcome Frostygirl!

Because I'm a picture pusher :D - I can offer this advice.

If you do not have a DSLR and you have the means to get one (even one that is 3 years old on ebay that may cost 200).... DSLRs are what is best for pet photography and any 3 year old DSLR will beat any brand new point and shoot for pet photography. Why? because when you press the shutter on a DSLR the shutter fires instantly. On a point and shoot there is a delay (lag) and during that lag, pets have time to go make themselves a coffee so all you get is blur :D
(Unless they are sleeping in good light)


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