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Mar 14, 2007 16:55 |  #1

Is there anything you like about this pic? try to ignore the slight camera shake.:rolleyes: :lol:


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Mar 14, 2007 17:12 |  #2

J D Skate wrote in post #2871352 (external link)
Is there anything you like about this pic? try to ignore the slight camera shake.:rolleyes: :lol:

Finally a nice looking shot. I'm really glad you gave up on B/W, It is being overdone. I would not take the shot quite si low as it make the head look longer and need to Brighten the eye. I think the Eye should be focus point.

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Mar 14, 2007 17:16 |  #3

hTr wrote in post #2871431 (external link)
Finally a nice looking shot. I'm really glad you gave up on B/W, It is being overdone. I would not take the shot quite si low as it make the head look longer and need to Brighten the eye. I think the Eye should be focus point.

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wth said I gave up on B&W?


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Mar 14, 2007 17:19 |  #4

i think the pose is nice, but it needs a little more around the subject. the face dominates the whole picture and there is no surround / background to set the subject off against.




  
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Mar 14, 2007 17:22 |  #5

donboyfisher wrote in post #2871463 (external link)
i think the pose is nice, but it needs a little more around the subject. the face dominates the whole picture and there is no surround / background to set the subject off against.

I agree
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Mar 14, 2007 17:47 |  #6

Bottom is framed nicely but the ear cut off at the top is a shame.


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Mar 14, 2007 21:20 |  #7

i like it, its a good pose and composition, not that u got the horse to pose or anything but you know what i mean :)


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