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Oct 18, 2007 17:51 |  #1

Extremely new to photography, was playing around with my puppah the other day and here is my favorite of the set. CC is more then welcome :)

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Oct 18, 2007 20:22 |  #2

Oh, what a cutie ... and a mix of my two favorite breeds. With regards to the photo -- I like the "pose" and position of the dog. But I'm wondering, did you convert this to b & W? It is very washed out (see how your grass just fades to "nothingness" in the upper 3rd). On the things that I have found necessary on my black dog (see avatar) is that I must always go through and remove the debris off of her in photoshop. She is an inside dog, but I swear, everytime I photograph her little bits of dirt/dandruff/dust show up on her black coat. I can see them very well in the photo here on your dog's face. That's nit-picking stuff, but because I have a black dog I guess I tend to notice it.

Since you are new, it might help you to turn IMAGE EDITING ON -- it will allow others to play around with your photo in post processing (photoshop, lightroom, etc). You can do that from your User CP.

I'd love to see more photos of your furbaby. I can never get enough dog photos!




  
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