Big Dogs

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by Seven7109, Jun 20, 2007.

  1. Seven7109

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    A few of my guys and a friends dog. They love to ham it up in front of the camera , they are eally big sucks.

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  2. ShutteredEye

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    #3 is easily the strongest image of the lot, I like that one very much.
     
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    I like number 3, it's the best image in the series.

    Number 1 it has potential but I don't think you were at the right angle. These shot are hard to catch.

    number 2 it's a bit small to tell much but I think it would help if it's the croping is a little tighter, the background seem to be distracting.
     
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    Thanks :)
    I love the constructive critiques , helps me learn .
     
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    I think you need to pay more attention to the eyes which are the most important part in any animal or people shot. Use a kleenex and get the light grey stuff out of the side of their eyes. Make sure also that despite the black around their eyes that the eyes are bright and sharp and "revealing the personality of the dog". Also be carefully of too tight framing and lens distortion when you are shooting in close.

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    hehe, or the clone tool.
     
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    Thanks skieur :) I will keep that in mind for next time.
     

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