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Thread started 05 Dec 2005 (Monday) 22:44
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Just a little "cat"nap.

 
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Dec 05, 2005 22:44 |  #1

Of course, I was so excited to catch him sleeping (the spaz) that I didn't realize until PP that I'd cut the bottom of his foot out of the frame.:mad: *doh*

I never realized how difficult it would be to take a picture of a red/gold dog in a room with yellow walls, and orange/brown carpeting. I ran this trough with Auto Levels, and then had to tweak the color balance even more to get him to *pop* out of the photo.

Thank you for looking, and as always, please critque to your heart's content.


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Dec 06, 2005 05:26 |  #2

Very nice. Don't worry about the paw -- it's the face people are interested in.


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