Getting Playful with the NX300
I recently spent a Saturday with a friend of mine and our canine companions Bob and Harp at the Han River Park. As a Seoulite, a stroll to this local riverside park on a Saturday afternoon is pretty run-of-the-mill stuff (nonetheless gorgeous). But with our enthusiastic companions, everything we did became exponentially more buoyant and fun. And as the sun set, the NX300 was there to document the subtle changes in atmosphere.
Bob (at left) has some great jumps. Be sure to use the burst mode on the NX300 to capture the action because we all know, pets don’t wait for you to get the shot. Trust me, it won’t lose a frame.
Bob and Harp resting one minute, and getting rough-and-tumble the next—all in the name of fun!
Playing ball with Bob was a lot of fun. Children in the park all wanted to play fetch with him while I fetched some images of him.
This time of day at the Han River Park is prime time for doggy play dates and family picnics. Everyone is in a good mood, so it’s full of good energy.
I couldn’t resist getting a shot of Bob and the black NX300. Don’t they look handsome together?
So what could have easily been an uneventful weekend turned out to be filled with a ton of action and energy, thanks to Bob and Harp. Hope you guys get to enjoy the upcoming weekend as well and snap up photos of your pets!
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