Little My sitting down

© Thomas Lindgren

Little My sitting down

Uploaded: October 02, 2005


Sigma 135-400, Manfrotto 076 Tripod, Sigma ST flash. This photo is taken in Uppsala, Sweden.

Exif: FNumber: 5.6, ExposureBiasValue: 0/2, ExposureTime: 1.66666666666667E-02, Flash: flash fired, ISO: 100, WhiteBalance: auto white balance


DIANE COSGROVE October 02, 2005

Beautiful capture, Thomas. I have a feeling his impish personality shines through. #320071

Morgan Kallin October 02, 2005

Lilla My :) Gulligt... Very cute portrait Thomas! #1909262

Jon Kolstad October 02, 2005

Love the pallette and DOF, very nice! #1909468

Nicole Kessel October 02, 2005

Wonderful pet portrait, Thomas!! #1909652

Janie Carpenter October 02, 2005

Great Shot!! #1909914

Kay E. Mahoney level-classic October 02, 2005

Adorable capture Thomas. Cute doggie. #1910133

Thomas Lindgren October 03, 2005

Thanks Diana, Morgan, Jon, Nicole, Janie and Kay for your nice comments. I'm glad that you liked this picture. I had to take almost a 100 shots before I got it right. Little My wouldn't stay still.


Jill Flynn October 03, 2005

WONDERFUL portrait! #1913297

Kaz Sommers October 26, 2005

Excellent Symetry! Beautiful clarity!
Perfect pose! #2000140

Tracy Reehal October 26, 2005

Cute, cute, cute capture! Great work! #2001400

November 23, 2005

Too adorable! Congratulations on your finalist honor! #2113462

Piotr M. Organa November 23, 2005

My is gorgeous! Nice photo, too!
Congratulations, Thomas! #2115185

Thomas Lindgren November 23, 2005

Thanks everyone for your nice comments. I am so glad that you like it. Little My is a very nice dog but she can be all over the place "duracell-dog".

Thomas #2115652

Wendy Stevenson November 24, 2005

Oh my goodness this is just too sweet!! Congrats on your adorable finalist!! #2117060

Kate Jackson November 24, 2005

Congratulations Thomas, oh how did I miss this one!! #2117204

Jen November 29, 2005

Congratulations!! Great image! Did you do any post work to make the background so blurred, or is it just the depth of field?'s great #2134987

Thomas Lindgren December 01, 2005

Thanks Jen for your comment. It is just the depth of field, I used a 135-400 lens. I also had to consider the value of apperature and shutter so I got it right. #2142655

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