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Jan 01, 2012 15:06 |  #16

Since you specifically asked. The house in the background left would look better if you just cloned it out completely or were able to shoot at an angle where it didn't appear in the frame. If it were trees, I'd probably leave them....just the whole "natural" element thing. The other thing you could do....is too dodge the background so the houses are just barely discernible.


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Jan 01, 2012 15:27 |  #17

Woolburr wrote in post #13630067 (external link)
Since you specifically asked. The house in the background left would look better if you just cloned it out completely or were able to shoot at an angle where it didn't appear in the frame. If it were trees, I'd probably leave them....just the whole "natural" element thing. The other thing you could do....is too dodge the background so the houses are just barely discernible.

great suggestions, cloning was on my mind to be honest- I'll give the dodging a try, thank you again.


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Jan 01, 2012 16:06 |  #18

Great focus on your part. Intense concentration on her part.
Only nitpic... I can see a green outline around the dog.
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Jan 01, 2012 18:46 |  #19

Awesome shot, no criticisms from me!


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Jan 01, 2012 22:41 |  #20

Nice capture, great expression, portrays the personality of the dog well.


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Jan 01, 2012 22:46 |  #21

I love it. Since you asked tho.....why is there a green outline around the dog. That is the only thing I would want to know why that happened if it was me that took the photo. Not a big deal tho, just mentioned it because you asked to be torn apart lol! That is the best I could do seeing you did to good a job with the capture.


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Jan 01, 2012 23:40 |  #22

QueenChatty wrote in post #13631925 (external link)
I love it. Since you asked tho.....why is there a green outline around the dog. That is the only thing I would want to know why that happened if it was me that took the photo. Not a big deal tho, just mentioned it because you asked to be torn apart lol! That is the best I could do seeing you did to good a job with the capture.

good question... part of me thinks it's either the camera processing, or when I open my RAW files in Aperture 3. I'm still working on turning off all the "help" defaults.

I appreciate this being pointed out (X2) as we have a winter's worth of shooting to do and don't need any extra green right now. Thanks again!


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Jan 01, 2012 23:47 |  #23

Is it showing green on your large image or is this just a compression artifact?


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Jan 02, 2012 08:23 |  #24

Woolburr wrote in post #13632137 (external link)
Is it showing green on your large image or is this just a compression artifact?

It is showing green in my raw file also, must be a camera setting/limit issue.
From the orig. I desaturated,reduced vibrancy, dodged BG, and cropped the left a bit for this image. Still has a touch of the green but not as obvious. Had to go full B&W to eliminate completely... Thanks for the help guys.

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Jan 03, 2012 09:36 |  #25

LightSniper wrote in post #13633249 (external link)
It is showing green in my raw file also, must be a camera setting/limit issue.
From the orig. I desaturated,reduced vibrancy, dodged BG, and cropped the left a bit for this image. Still has a touch of the green but not as obvious. Had to go full B&W to eliminate completely... Thanks for the help guys.

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You could also use a PS brush on the "hue" setting to desaturate the green around the dog.


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Jan 03, 2012 13:38 |  #26

Nice shot in what can be a really difficult exposure situation.


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Jan 04, 2012 09:06 |  #27

good composure way to use the ROT


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Jan 04, 2012 09:32 |  #28

Thanks again guys. Picking up a 7D today or tomorrow, I can't see squat with my T3i and the recomposing is getting old. Great learning platform, but need better focusing and motion captures (dang kids and dogs never sit still...)


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Jan 04, 2012 12:54 |  #29

Excellent photo


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Jan 04, 2012 13:09 |  #30

Could the green be chromatic abberation in the lens? (Just a queston - I don't know much about it).

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