Dog agility...the new season

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I've been processing pictures from a show a week ago and thought I would share a few of them to the folks here. Fisrt, let me say, I am sorry for the watermarks. Since I am officially selling these now, I thought it was necessary to protect some of my work. I am making a new gallery with just images I plan on sharing on forums. As always, C&C is welcomed.

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All of the above pictures were shot with my D2h and the 80-200 2.8.

I just shot a show last weekend with my newly aquired D2x and from what I am seeing during my previews, the shots are amazing. I will post some soon. Hope you enjoy these for now.

BTW, I removed the watermarks, so please disregard that in my post.
 
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Rich,

VERY nice! I especially like the Briard, those flowing coats in motion .... just love 'em (but glad I don't have to groom one!! :tongue:).

I just realied.....that's a Beardie, not a Briard, yes? (ugh!@)
 
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OK, I found a couple more I liked...These dogs are amazing athletes!

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Again....C&C is welcomed!
 
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Very nice Rich. I really like the first shot of the doberman.

Have you noticed a picture quality difference between the D2X and D2H?
Chris, I haven't used the D2x all that much yet. I just shot a show with it last Saturday. I'll be posting pictures from that show soon, so I will let you be the judge. IMO, the D2h is killer sharp if the exposure is right. If the D2x is anything like it, I'll be satisfied. Looking at the pictures, some seem a little soft, but I have yet to do any processing of any sort.
 

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