am trying to delicately find a way to suggest people maybe try to learn how to video and/or take pics...everyone wants them of their dog..and i try hard to get the good shots..good video..everyone else? ehhhhh...not so important apparantly..*sigh*...
if the dog worked like shit..i'd show it..actually i'd sell him i have no problem showing training issues etc..but i refuse to put up poorly shot video..too much OCD. good example..my tracking video that someone shot contained 9 seconds of actual viewable footage..then? the stop button was apparantly hit by accident..*sigh*...ahhhh well..get what you pay for right?
i really wished someone would have taped him when we had to push him hard to get him out of prey a few sessions ago..that would have been an awesome video for less experienced people to see..you could watch the dog come out full blast..then almost overload in prey...then be backed off HARD by the helper..and at that oh so important perfect time? be allowed to come through as soon as he showed true aggression and win once it 'clicked' with the dog..that was a work of art almost it was so picture perfect..don't get to see truly fantastic skilled work like that by a helper..nor would i trust just anyone to push a young very green dog that hard..but..i trust this helper implicitly..we work very well as a team..
the dog has a ways to go yet..but watching him work..you can tell..he's starting to bring a real edge to his work..still very much a 'baby' just yet..but? he's coming along very very nicely..good strong dog..just taking a nice steady pace with him..he gets stronger every time he comes out..
anyone know how hard those 'go pro' cameras are to work with? am seriously considering getting one..it would possibly be less frustration on my end...
i'm currently sorting through 155 pics off my digital camera..and apparantly when the camera was shared to take pics of my dog..well? we have trees..we have club members drinking coffee..we have all kinds of pics..and then little teeny tiny speck of dirt pics of my dog and i waaaaaaaay off in the field..*double sigh*......
E-Dog - 2012 WPBTCA National Championships
The time when screech owls and Bandogges howl and spirits walk and ghosts break up their graves.
Act I, Scene IV of William Shakespeare's "King Henry VI"