That’s one adorable Hungarian vizsla puppy in training. When he grows up, he’ll be a professional hunter – or the hunter’s right hand rather.
When taking photos of small “things” that are close to the ground, I love to get down to their level – mind you, here I was probably looking for an excuse anyway as the green grass was very inviting. If I didn’t do that, the dog wouldn’t appear to be flying. So there. Dare to get dirty.
The other great learning is to set the value of your depth of field to a high number if you don’t have a clue where you’ll have to focus in the next second. Or put your auto focus in tracking mode. If you can. Puppies are fast as hell!