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Through words and images, we are on a mission to share our passion for pointing dogs, upland hunting and sporting dog photography. 

Pointing Dog Blog

The world of pointing dogs in words and images, moving and still.


Craig Koshyk

Well here it is, my first post to the dogblog!

Let's start with a photo shall we? Here is Uma-Chantal having a bad hair day. The style is a sort of French Mohawk, very "in" right now, non?

Every morning, I spend a few minutes with a camera taking shots of things around our home. Yesterday I shot a roll of Fuji NPH in my father's vintage Zeiss Contaflex. Among all the cameras I have (I lost count at 30+) it is my favorite. The lens is breathtakingly sharp, the camera as well fitted as a Rolex watch. All of the family photos from my youth were taken by my dad with this camera.

At this time of year, the sun shines through our dinging room window for a few minutes early in the morning. The dogs enjoy basking in its warmth. I can't resist snapping away. So as they lay there, I got down on my belly and took a few shots.

I seem to be paying a bit more attention to Uma lately as a subject for my early morning photos. As our "third child" she is somewhat underrepresented in the photo albums. I guess I am trying to right that wrong. She is not the most photogenic dog of the bunch, but what she lacks in looks, she makes up in personality.

Of course I could not resist taking a few shots of the grey monsters as they lounged around as well.