How about all three...Donald, Dave and Colin..Job Done!
What do you think this is - an on-demand service? If you think this is over the top, you should see these...http://www.lakelandbears.co.uk/cards.html I visited the shop years ago, and it took me a week to stop laughing. They actually dress them up and go out on location shoots with them. I think I'd rather do wedding photography.
A slideshow of all the shots so far... Bears When it starts click the view full screen button in the bot-right corner.
All shots below are 1024px, so you can do a 'view image' if you know how to do that. See the pawtraits in full size!
This one could be a well-respected Mod, but I'm saying nothing. Donald is a very common Scottish name. Actually, he really is called Donald, from years ago.
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There's a discussion going on in this thread about the Canon nifty-fifty lenses. All of the shots in this thread were taken with a f/1.8 50mm nifty-fifty, on a Canon 50D, with simple studio lights.
Slideshow of all the shots Bears Press the full-screen button in bot-right corner when slideshow starts. ESC to get back to normal view.
And the last three...
........to fight over who gets to be Wonky (with bells). Although Wonky appears to be a bit of a new age traveller so it could be Kit. What were they thinking when they offered the 350D in metallic plastic. What were the other options; candy pink and like green Talking of candy pink I think your Panasonic would have suited his bow better. I know I am being nosey here but where on earth do you keep all these bears? We have a large basket in our bedroom where ours live. I think there may even be a talking bagpuss in there somewhere. The girls used to collect those Beanie babies but they have been stored in the loft.That just leaves Dave and Colin.
Ah hem getting back to photography I hope other members realise how expertly photographed these bears are. Excellent lighting and exposure.