This is Yoda. He’s quite an old pug. He used to ride in a bicycle sidecar designed like an old German plane from World War I https://www.
These people belong to a photo club. They came to make photos of people rowing in False Creek, Vancouver, BC. There were 2 groups. This group was the ‘more bunched up’.
This Golden Retriever was waiting in the grass. She was waiting and waiting. She was waiting a good a 10 minutes. Eventually the owner signaled and she started to chase/hunt something.
This photographer decided that he couldn’t take the time to set up and open his tripod. So he’s using his tripod as a monopod. It might work because he’s also leaning against the fence.
Manuel, the Chihuahua, and Chris: Vancouver, Downtown Eastside, BC
1 photo, 3 photographers, 3 cameras, and 3 ‘chimpers’: An iPhone A Canon 70D A Sony Point and Shoot The three of them are ‘chimping’ at the same time and on the same photo.
This lady was doing bench presses. These are real bench presses on a park bench, and some dog was barking. What a racket! Where did it all that barking come from?
These Canon 600mm lenses, not only are expensive (an arm, a leg, and the next 2 generations of kids) but they are heavy. The lens, the camera, the tripod, the bag… we are talking about 35lbs/15kg.
Milo, a Greyhound born in Vancouver, is chasing his Frisbee before killing it. It’s very rare for a Greyhound to be born in Canada. Most Greyhounds in Canada are adopted from Southern US or from Mexican Greyhound racing tracks.
What every photographer needs is a very patient wife ora very patient partner that: Puts up with the: ‘Just one more’, ‘Just a second, it’s a great light…’ Understands why her husband needs to spend thousandS of dollars on toys… Notice how she also looks in the direction of the birds that her husband is trying to make photos off?