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taking photos of occies

dingo

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hi guys here are 2 photos i took of our occie 1 with the flash off and with it on but you have to come in on a angle the one with the flash on is a better photo anyone else got some good tips for photos
 

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corw314

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Nice shots! With G2, I try not to use the flash because then he is not shy with the camera. I take lots of shots at one time, as usually I end up with acouple great ones.

Carol
 

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