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      Chocolate Labs are Hard to Photograph

      Took these before work this morning. They are always either too dark or you throw the flash on and they have the eyes of a demon.






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      Chocolates are not as hard as blacks to photograph!

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      Try shooting pics of blacks.
      At least she still looks comfy.

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      Blacks are tricky. They usually turn blue. Black and whites are trickier. There is no way the camera can get both colors right.

      I never use flash when photographing dogs. You get those flashy eyes and I am almost sure it bothers the dog.

      Your setting has very low (natural) light, try a different setting with more light, I am sure you'll get what you want.

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