Lens: my nifty fifty portrait lens, a fixed 50mm lens
Shutter 1/80 of a second
Nikon Speedlight SB-400 Flash
Aperture Priority Mode
I went out to take care of the pups, of which I have four cute little stinkers that are still here. I was watching them play with each other and I had my camera out, just to capture it. When I have pups, I have no shortage of adorable things to take pictures of. As they were playing I realized, hey teeth are for chewing and who is in that chewing stage right now? None other then my four cute stinkers, so there came my connection. At first I tried to take shots of them chewing on things but those didn't turn out so well, neither did the chewing on each other. To blurry for the most part and none that had a real good look at their eyes.
Those of you that know anything about wildlife photography, know that the eyes are what normally makes a great wildlife shot. You don't always have a lot of time to mess around with making everything look "just right" when photographing animals so you have to move fast. Most of the time you have a split second to get that adorable look and in this case I was able to catch it. Oh and you can also see his teeth in this shot as well, which is why I posted this shot instead of the other one that I was thinking about.
Jay'me is up tomorrow and I look forward to her post.