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a quick shoot at my dog last week

 
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Apr 08, 2013 11:10 |  #1

a week ago i took some quick shots of my dog running. this was the output:

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btw, its a jack russell if you are wondering.
the noise is pretty awful (even when i used 400 iso) beacuse of the 3 stops of exposure i add in pp. the resoultion was also decreased for web.

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Apr 08, 2013 11:14 |  #2

Love the dog lol. She seems happy.

Definitely feel the pic lacks contrast and sky is a bit blown out. Some good PP can definitely save this pic and make it look nice. Something else seems to be missing, maybe better composition and the inclusion of a ball that she's chasing.


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Apr 08, 2013 12:17 |  #3

first of all, its a SHE, not he.
and thanks for the critique. unfortunately, i deleted the original raw (i delete all of my raws after pp or convertion to jpeg).
i will try to play with the jpeg abit though.


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Apr 08, 2013 12:20 |  #4

Romax12 wrote in post #15803809 (external link)
first of all, its a SHE, not he.
and thanks for the critique. unfortunately, i deleted the original raw (i delete all of my raws after pp or convertion to jpeg).
i will try to play with the jpeg abit though.

Whoops! Sorry about that lol. I know how important that is to dog owners and I apologize. :cool:


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Apr 08, 2013 12:45 |  #5

i forgive you ;)


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Apr 08, 2013 13:06 |  #6

I would never delete my RAW files. Store them somewhere. You just never know when you will need them again.


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Apr 08, 2013 21:05 |  #7

SJC from VT wrote in post #15803987 (external link)
I would never delete my RAW files. Store them somewhere. You just never know when you will need them again.

Deleting your raw is like throwing your negatives away. Use LR and don't keep the jpg.

Image could use some pop. Perhaps some contrast?


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Apr 08, 2013 22:13 |  #8

DOF seems to be sharpest on the Collar. Anyway to push the crop so the dog is on the left hand or right hand side of the frame?


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Apr 09, 2013 08:54 |  #9

I think poochie could use a little sharpening and I'd clone out the little stream of saliva from her top lip. Overall seems a bit bright, maybe pump up the blacks a bit which will add some contrast too.


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Apr 09, 2013 13:24 |  #10

Qbx wrote in post #15807413 (external link)
I think poochie could use a little sharpening and I'd clone out the little stream of saliva from her top lip. Overall seems a bit bright, maybe pump up the blacks a bit which will add some contrast too.

You must have a better monitor than I do, I can't see any drool on my 22 inch screen!


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Apr 09, 2013 14:24 as a reply to  @ SJC from VT's post |  #11

^ I think the poster saw the outline of the tongue and thought it was drool.lol.
I agree about it needing some contrast :)


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Apr 09, 2013 21:18 |  #12

Focus to me is on the tounge, I've tossed many of these shots...




  
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Apr 10, 2013 10:16 |  #13

I know other people said this already, but it deserves emphasis. Deleting raw files is a huge mistake. It shoots yourself in the foot for future editing. Hard drive space is dirt cheap.


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Apr 10, 2013 11:36 |  #14

Flo wrote in post #15808611 (external link)
^ I think the poster saw the outline of the tongue and thought it was drool.lol.
I agree about it needing some contrast :)

Yeah, you're right the outline of the tongue blends with a tooth and I mistook it!
Thanks.


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