Blue Dog and a red bird

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  1. sjconner

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    Here are a couple of shots of our dog. She is called "Blue Dog" as she is Blue Heeler/Australian Shepard. How is the comp and exposure, etc on the dog? The shot of the red bird (don't know what kind of bird it is) looks funny to me. The blue/gray behind the bird is the roof of the neighbors shed and the green is the neighbors yard. The background looks upside down.

    Thanks, Susan

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    I like the lighting of number 2 and the detail of number 1 try a closer crop on the bird but i like that one too :D
     
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    i really like number one. number two is nice, but the background is distracting.

    Number three is sweet, you just need to crop it a little closer, if possible.
     
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    The second dog shot is great and his eyes are in focus nicely. The bird shot is nice and like everyone said trim it down. That is a male House Finch by the way. Good job!
     
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    Thanks - I haven't looked up to see what kind of bird it was!

    Susan
     

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