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    From Yesterdays halloween pet shoot

    Hi:

    These are from yesterdays shoot.

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    Re: From Yesterdays halloween pet shoot

    I think your customers are quite happy with these.
    I do have to admit that I shake my head when I see people spend money on clothes for dogs.
    Keep Shooting!

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    Re: From Yesterdays halloween pet shoot

    Quote Originally Posted by Frog
    I do have to admit that I shake my head when I see people spend money on clothes for dogs.
    Just what I was thinking....Nice shots BTW

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    Re: From Yesterdays halloween pet shoot

    Thanks guys. Yeah Frog I know what you mean...I have this one lady, the one who owns the "Shark,"she has 4 dogs and has at least 2 clothing changes for them each shoot I do...lol

    JOhn

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    Re: From Yesterdays halloween pet shoot

    John,

    Wonderful shots! You're a great pet photographer. I have 2 cats and can't imagine them holding still for the camera. I have to follow them around or catch them by surprise. Nothing else works!

    Of course, your shots here are dogs - but in my experience, dogs are just as difficult to capture.

    Great job.

    Liz

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