Looking for some critique on these two shots. Thanks
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Nice work on both! #1 is especially cute!
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#1 for me, you could clone out the 2 stray hairs on the face but that's a nit pick. Good job. Chris
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Both of them are great.
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Great! Thank you
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I prefer 2. Not sure why. I just don't like 1.
Constructive criticism is always appreciated.
Those are excellent!
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Post edited over 2 years ago by randizzle.
I love these shots! The edit in 1 is awesome; I can almost feel the cool morning air as the sun comes up.
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Post edited over 2 years ago by ksbal.
Both well done. I find the sun dapple a little bright in the first, pulling my gaze away from the dog.. but it might take something away to darken it. First one shows a ton of personality. Really love it in a banner crop.
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Martin Dixon wrote in post #17735109
I like the way you have used harsh light to your advantage, when most people would have recommended avoiding. Was it difficult to get the exposure right?
No problems with the exposure.
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Well done, the 1st one is my pick.
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I think they're both great shots, well done..
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