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Oct 04, 2011 11:56 |  #1

I love to get any feedback on this shot
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Oct 04, 2011 12:30 |  #2

Great catch. I like the B&W but I wish this had a little more pop. Seems kinda flat to me.


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Oct 04, 2011 15:06 as a reply to  @ GorgeShooter's post |  #3

That is a really neat moment you've captured there. Wonder what the pup is daydreaming about? I experimented with some very minor edits (cropping [of the intruding foot and excess blurred area at bottom], contrast, selective sharpening/coloring, minor straightening) and it seemed to respond well. These edits could be refined to a much greater degree. This is a nice capture. Good eye.

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Oct 05, 2011 10:12 |  #4

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Oct 05, 2011 19:37 |  #5

Thanks for the kind comments


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Oct 06, 2011 01:12 |  #6

Wonderful catch - good eye. The image looks pretty good but I think a straight B&W would be even better.


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Oct 06, 2011 04:55 |  #7

As Titus says, the eyes make this.


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Oct 08, 2011 12:04 |  #8

Titus213 wrote in post #13212031 (external link)
Wonderful catch - good eye. The image looks pretty good but I think a straight B&W would be even better.

Hi Titus , thank you for your kind comments
here it is B/W and another one from the same day, the thing i don't like about the second shot is their noses are out of focus, i guess i shouldve maybe had a bit more DOF

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Oct 08, 2011 16:19 |  #9

That second one looks real good too. Nice work.


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Oct 08, 2011 17:58 |  #10

It is an interesting shot, I would crop a little tighter so the lines of interest are in the upper third of the shot like this.

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Oct 08, 2011 18:59 as a reply to  @ johndoorley's post |  #11

I like the composition on the first image that was posted. Just the color seems like it could be slightly adjusted.


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