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[Epson/Voigtländer R-D1; Leica Summilux-M 35/1.4 Aspherical]



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Given 2008-05-31
Two Shopping by ~FideNullo. I have a special place in my heart for street that steps outside the boundaries of "the street" and captures those one of a kind moments like this. This deviant has quite an amazing gallery, so I urge you all to comment, fav, and view the rest of his stuff! ( Suggested by ComeWatchMyArt and Featured by straightfromcamera )
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somekindofsavage Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2012  Student Photographer
Momma's little helper?? :D
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laurievic Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2012
obama could learn something here about shopping with dogs! [link]
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misslindy Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
this is really cute :)
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eyalbin Featured By Owner May 22, 2010  Professional Photographer
Great!!!
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Linda-art Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Your beautiful photo is featured here: [link]
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FideNullo Featured By Owner May 7, 2010
Thank you so much for the feature, but unfortunately I can't see the photos in your post. Nothing at all shows up in Firefox, and in Safari, the Thumbnails are skewed and travel off the page. Maybe there is some CSS problem? Let me know if a solution is found; I'd like to see them!

Darren
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Linda-art Featured By Owner May 14, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i'm sorry for the late reply, there were more people with the same problem..
i don't know why it doesn't work in firefox and safari..i only know that it works in internet explorer...Never had this problem before with my journals..strange.

Greetings,
Linda
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A-teinna Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
Amazing picture! That's why I Linked it here: [link]
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DSharpshooter Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2009   Photographer
very cool! great capture!
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ladyzafiro Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
amazing idea!
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rossbaker Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2009
hi, i've featured your photo in this [link] news article. :aww: If you favourite the article i'd appreciate that alot, really nice photo!
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MeLaNcHoLiCkEeLy Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2009
Featured [link] :D
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AlexandraSophie Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2009  Professional Photographer
You are featured in my news :butterflytwo:

It's here : :heart:[link]:heart:

Don't forget to :+fav: the news if you like it! :heart:

bye !
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littleredelf Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
life. candid. humour. juxtaposition. brilliant.

:)
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FideNullo Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2009
Why thank you! How you been?
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amelie89 Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2008  Student Artist
i have featured your piece here[link] hopefully you don't mind :heart:
have a great day

:hug:
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FideNullo Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2008
Thank you! :bow:
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Troubled-Water Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2008   Writer
Very funny. Milkbone... hahaha. My dog is short she could not have reached the box.
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fmuller Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2008   Photographer
Really great photo and idea. Congrats
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FideNullo Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2008
Thanks! I just shoot what's in front of me. ;)
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fmuller Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2008   Photographer
Amazing ! really like your shoots and this one is perfect.
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CrazySunshineHikaru Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2008
I really like this photo. I'm a dog lover at heart, and this kind of makes me wish that my dogs were well behaved enough for me to take them to PetsMart. >.> I like how your dog is looking at the training pads like it wants to have puppies. Is it a boy or a girl?
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FideNullo Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2008
He's a dorky boy dog... Just under a year old.
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CrazySunshineHikaru Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2008
Ahh. A young one. He's cute. =)
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anjelicek Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
:clap::nod::clap:
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femketje Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2008  Professional Photographer
haha nice shot!
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ringtailroxy Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
beautiful picture... dog contemplates house breaking the human on wee wee pads... the human contemplates the aesthetic value between two nylon collars... a fair trade!
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ecamouse37 Featured By Owner May 31, 2008
lol of course so cute
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KetsuekiRyu Featured By Owner May 31, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Indeed we do. ( ^ _ ^ )
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liiiyiiing Featured By Owner May 31, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
tat is so adorable.. haha
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DNAngela Featured By Owner May 31, 2008
This one makes me smile. xD
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hyperfreakin Featured By Owner May 31, 2008
That's really good
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Zera24 Featured By Owner May 31, 2008  Hobbyist
why does the dog have a pinch collar on?
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FideNullo Featured By Owner May 31, 2008
We're trying to train him not to pull when on a leash. Actually, that was the day we bought it and he was trying it on...
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Zera24 Featured By Owner May 31, 2008  Hobbyist
oh i see. Well i am against pinch collars. But i am not freaking out and saying that u have to take it off. It is completely your desision. But i just want to let you know that pinch collars really hurt the dog. People think it is like a choke chain but using a choke chain is actually much better. I am a dog trainer and i could tell you some things on how to stop him from pulling without using a pinch collar.
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ringtailroxy Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
it's actually not called a "pinch" or "prong" collar... it's a German Training Collar. and I can already see it is being used incorrectly. Too many people use this wonderful training aid incorrectly, and do more harm than good.

As a dog trainer who uses this tool on rambunctious, large, pushy dogs, may I offer you three tips?

1.) buy more links! this device should NEVER be "unhooked/rehooked" to fit smug against the neck at all times!
the idea is that it can be tightened or jangled when needed to get the dogs attention, but not a constant pressure. the ideal fit is one where the tool can be put on the dog by placing it over the head and it should hang loosely on the neck. the identity collar should be ABOVE the German training collar.

2.) only use this tool when going into a situation where the likelihood of using it is indicated... it is not a general collar, and should never be left on a dog that is unattended or at the dog park. come to think of it, neither should a slip collar.

3.) get rid of the slip training collar. I dislike these collars because a dog can quickly become desensitized to it and it constricts completely upon a dog's esophagus and trachea, cutting off the dog's airway and can actually cause a dog to become stronger in the neck and therefore pull HARDER.
we have all seen dogs walking on incorrectly fitted slip collars and gagging at the end of a 6 foot lead because the human on the other end of the lead has absolutely no clue what they are doing.
a German training collar has a "stop" and will not throttle your dog. plus, I'm very big on a "do it because you want to, not because I can make you" attitude towards dog training.

any tool can be misused. the problem with people who call these collars "prong" collars is that they use them like that... to "prong" their dog, causing it discomfort and even pain when behaving in a manner the owner feels is inappropriate. some sickos actually feel a surge of pleasure by hearing the dog yelp then behave submissively, in fear of more pain. that is not the way these tools where designed to be used!

Used properly, these collars are a useful, humane, and effective training tool. one of my favorites for unruly dogs, next to Gentle Leader Halters.

* always take all training collars off when not training! *

aside from that, good luck! he's a fine dog.

p.s. the only thing 2 dog trainers will agree upon is that the 3rd dog trainer is wrong.

ringtailroxy
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FideNullo Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2008
It's a prong collar. I'm not really up on my different types of dog collars, though, is that the same as a pinch collar? He really doesn't seem to mind it. As long as he's not yanking us around, it just hangs on his neck, and there are no prongs on the back of it.

We've tried everything else that the books say about stopping the pulling, but this is the only thing that works really well. My girlfriend only weighs 120 lbs.; he drags her all over!
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asher27 Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2009
i am also against the type of collar youre using - i know you probably love your dog to death and dont mean any harm - but theres just something about those collars. when i see a dog wearing one im very suspicious of the owner - especially if the dog is of a breed used for dog fighting (a terrible thing). yours isnt, but im just saying.

im not a dog trainer, but i have a 1 year old (next week!) 70lb german shorthair pointer - hes a nutjob and strong as hell! theres a harness that i use to walk him in, it hooks in front where the chest is to the leash instead of on the back, so it prevents jumping. with the hook being in the front, if the dog starts to pull he is turned inwards towards you, which will stop him without much force.

since you shop at petsmart (as do i), i figured id link you to it. [link]

your best off going to the store and speaking with one of their dog trainers to see if they think its right for you - thats how i found out about this harness in the first place.

btw, im 120lb as well, just like your girlfriend, and i have total control over my really hyper dog when walking.
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PaulMcKinnon Featured By Owner May 31, 2008
Great capture :)
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rafaella-schumann Featured By Owner May 31, 2008   Photographer
Hahahaha...awesome!!
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AtomicStoney Featured By Owner May 31, 2008
Wonderful shot. :)
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nymphOFsorrow Featured By Owner May 31, 2008  Professional Writer
:)

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lguan Featured By Owner May 31, 2008
He's got his eyes on a giant box of treats x3. :+fav:
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krawken Featured By Owner May 31, 2008
what a lovely photo.
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Alipipi Featured By Owner May 31, 2008
Beautiful! :nod:

please see my gallery! :love:
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TheLantern Featured By Owner May 31, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Soo sweet. Great shot.
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shadowfoxpaw Featured By Owner May 31, 2008
Cute and charming <3.
It gives off a playful and clever atmosphere to me,
and it really is so unique.
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May 23, 2008, 12:59:05 PM