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What is exciting or interesting to you about your photo(s)? Homework instructions were to use perspective and the rule of thirds to draw in the viewer. I wanted to show the focus and drive of the cattle dog breed and to reveal the unflappable intrepid curiosity of the cat.

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Can you tell us about any special equipment or techniques that you used? Camera (Canon Rebel) and my beasties.

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What are you most proud of? The beasties were very tolerant of the camera in their faces and I feel as if I got some interesting angles to showcase both animals.

IrishPogue on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? Take TONS of photos, get on their level, keep them interested and engaged.

IrishPogue on craftsy.com

Adorable!!!!

12/11/2012 Flag

...she's a sweet lovebug!

12/11/2012 Flag

Amazing shots!! I love the action one as well, but all of them are excellent. Keep up the good work. I hope you post some more.

06/25/2014 Flag

Thanks for your comments!

07/11/2014 Flag

My first reaction to this grand photo, was simply, Fantastic! I am Irish, yet I have no familiarity with the term, Pogue? Could you tell me its meaning? Is it Irish? In some ways this lovely dog looks like our departed Aussie, especially in his eyes! So full of expression! Was this photo snapped as he came up the stairs? Louise Murray Rawls

07/23/2014 Flag

Thanks, Louise, Anjea is absolutely full of expression, isn't she? She is very toy driven and I was holding her favorite just out of reach on the stair landing with one hand while shooting the photo with my other! To answer your other question, pogue is the Anglicized version of the Gaelic word, pg, for kiss ;)

07/25/2014 Flag

The computer didn't like my Gaelic word and shortened it to pg! Should be "pog" with an accent over the O !

07/25/2014 Flag

I love this! What kind of lense is this?

07/28/2014 Flag