"I'm a draft dog, see me pull!"
We're back for the Black and White Sunday blog hop! Thank you to our hosts: My Life in Blog Years and Dachshund Nola. Please see one of their blogs for more information on how to join in on the photography fun!
When shooting in low light like draft tests, and dark colored dogs it is especially helpful to have a "fast" lens. But what exactly is a fast lens? When you hear this term it means the maximum aperture of a lens; the larger the aperture the faster the lens will be. Why is this important? A larger aperture allows you to get more light in letting you get the dreamy, blurred background in your photos as well as increasing your shutter speed and shooting in low light conditions. If you want to learn more about which lenses are considered fast then check out these links below:
What's your favorite go-to lens for shooting your dogs?