We are at Week Ten of professional pet photography blog circle Project 52 and continuing with the them of isolation. This week, our task was to practice isolating our subject using a longer lens. We were tasked with using a 200mm lens to complete this week’s assignment. So, once again Mr. Bojangles and I headed to our favorite local park.
I had planned to use the same spot from the last two weeks where Mr. Bojangles was sitting on the stone with the reeds behind him. Unfortunately, we hit the park too late and the fire department had already done a controlled burn of the reeds and they were nothing but ash when we got there. 🙁 So we moved onto a different area so as to avoid any remaining smoke and ash. We took a walk through the park and ended up at the small gazebo by the lake, a perfect quiet spot for photos. Image shot at 180mm.
To see more long lens isolation, head over to See Spot Run Photography, Charlotte, NC, and then around the rest of the blog circle until you end up back here.
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