2nd photo to post for C&C

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  1. _Onlettinggo

    _Onlettinggo TPF Noob!

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    This is my second picture I have posted on here. It has gotten a lot of good response but I figured I would take it to the professionals which make up this site :p


    http://www.flickr.com/photos/44219702@N08/4129507515/


    I couldn't get the actual image to work.... So please take the time to click the link!
     
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    Here ya go...

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    I like this a lot. But, I think it would be better if his face was in between the slats on the window.
     
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    Thanks a lot dtzitko. ^and agreed but I couldnt get the dog to..
     
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    Yea I kind of figured that was the issue. Dogs can definitely be difficult.

    For future reference, just right click the image if it's on the net and click "copy image address" (or similar verbage). Then go to your desired image hosting site, I used imageshack.us here, and select host image from url. Paste the link, click host and voila. Then click the insert image button and post it here. Hope that makes sense.
     
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    That is a beautiful picture. I agree that it would be better if the dog was slightly shifted to the right, but it looks very nice anyway.
     
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    ^ I tried image hosting and it wouldnt load. Thanks for all the positive feedback :)
     
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    Agree with the rest that it would be great to see his whole face, but I think it's an awesome picture nonetheless! You nailed the exposure, great lighting, beautiful colours. And a very cute dog :)
     
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    Oh what a gorgous photo! love the colours :D
     
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    awwwwww MAN do I love this photo. let your dog inside will ya?!
     
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    Great shot, definitely one to frame I reckon.
     
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    I'd make that white pole disappear from the background, bit distracting to me. Also not sure what that line is by the dogs paw on the right but probably more difficult to remove. Otherwise nice exposure.
     

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