Dog Days | Observing The Bond Between Two Legs And Four
The love between humans and dogs is as old as time itself. And so when a gathering like Crufts occurs, you get a whole lot of this love going on in abundance.
The most rewarding element of photography for me is documenting life and those small, what some may see as insignificant, moments that pass us by.
I found Crufts incredibly fascinating and indeed unique. I don’t have dog myself (two children, 3 cats and 4 rabbits keep me more than occupied thanks!), but can see how rewarding owning one must be. The characters and dogs there were certainly a photographer’s dream, and or me it’s not about the competition (you can watch that on Channel 4!) but the story of those involved.
I photographed using my simply awesome Fuji X-Pro 2 and 23mm f2 (35mm equivalent) lens. This camera has blown me away the last year. Along with great images, it’s also discreet and perfect for my style of photography. The Fuji will be my main camera for my wedding photography this year and beyond and I’ll try to do a proper write up about it here soon.
I’ll leave you with my take on this gathering of two legs and four.