(Last Updated On: May 16, 2023)
🏞️ Photo Description and Details
This is a cute close-up picture taken of an apricot colored Goldendoodle puppy dog sitting in a grass field. She is about 10 weeks old in this photo. A Goldendoodle is a cross between a golden retriever and a standard poodle.
I took this photo back in 2009. Kona was the first Goldendoodle puppy we have owned, and she was the best dog ever. She has since passed away. After two years of not ready to get a new dog, we now have a black-colored Goldendoodle. Her name is Koko and she is a little over 1 year old now. It’s funny how they are the same breed but have completely different personalities.
- Location: Washington State
- Date Photographed: July 24, 2009
- Time Photographed: 10:53 AM
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📷 Camera Settings for Goldendoodle Puppy Dog Sitting Photo
Camera settings for this picture:
- Camera Body: Canon EOS 20D
- Shutter Speed: 1/200 seconds
- Lens Aperture: f/11
- Focal Length: 70 mm
- ISO: 200
- Image Quality: JPG
📢 Goldendoodle Puppy Photography Tips
It can be difficult to photograph puppies in general.
Some tips I would suggest are:
- Have patience
- Get down to the dog’s level. Especially in a sitting position, you want your camera lens to be level with the dog’s nose.
- Use natural light. Using a flash on your furry friends will not only scare your puppy, but the flash will have a negative impact on your dog’s eyes.
- Use a fast shutter speed. Puppies are not the most still creatures. Using a fast shutter speed will make sure your shot stays in focus.
A Goldendoodle dog is a cross between a purebred golden retriever and a purebred standard poodle. There are different generations of Goldendoodles such as F1, F1b, and F2b, but we will not get into that here. If you want to learn more about that here is a good resource to learn more about the generations of Goldendoodles.
I started out using 35mm point and shoot cameras, then upgraded to a 35mm DSL camera, and then finally came the world of digital DSL cameras. Gone are the days of having to wait for your film to be developed to see what you captured. Photography has never been so much fun!