Animal photos

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  1. battletone

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    Please tear these apart. I won't feel bad, but I will make the next round better if I know what not to do again.

    All were shot as jpg and ACR was used to edit. A bit of sharpening was also used on most after resizing.

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    Cuuuute!! :hugs::hugs::hugs::hugs: The tortoiseshell is gorgeous, I fostered some feral torts last year and ever since I've had a soft spot for them.

    I think you did a great job! I love the colors and position in #3 and the last one. I'm not sure what I think about the angling in #5, and I think you could try to focus more on the eyes rather than the snout.

    Great work! :thumbup:
     
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    I lovveeeee number 2! The rest seem like advanced snapshots... (I think I just coined that phrase)
     
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    I like #2 a lot. I would probably get rid of the air conditioner or whatever in the background because otherwise the background is actually quite nice.

    My parents have Labs, so I hope whatever he has smeared on his shoulder is not deer poop:lol:
     
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    lol....no, not deer poo. These are all farm pets, and in the case of the #2 (i guess a lab as you say? I don't know my breeds that well) it was a "stray" from a few miles away...had been in the mud a day or two before. Owners just leave him to his own for weeks on end.... :( Supposed to keep guard while they are away. I was in no rush to bring him home.

    Thanks for the comments. Keep them coming.
     

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