Canine Photography in Action!
Intro by Chamira Young
If you're a dog owner or have ever been one, you understand the deep, special bond that quickly forms with our canine family members. There's nothing like the pure joy that comes from spending time with them, including simply just tossing a ball around!
That brings us today's fun video with photographer Ken Hubbard, who demonstrates how to capture your beloved canine in action. There's a certain innocent magic our pets bring to us every day, and it's important we capture those priceless memories. Check out the video below to see how to do just that. Ken shares his specific camera settings, including his shutter speed, frame rate, and the reasons why the 28-200mm F/2.8-5.6 lens works so well in this use case. This fantastic lens combines performance and versatility in a package that won't disappoint! As you'll see in this fun video, capturing those special moments with your canine family can be fun and easy.
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