Buster the junkyard dog

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  1. Markus

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    3 similar shots of Buster I would like critiqued. Thanks for looking
     

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    #2 is great... the composition is good.
     
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    Thank you Leila, appreciated.
     
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    #1 would be my choice, it has more of a 'junkyard'-feeling to it (there's more background). Nice dog, nice photo's.





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    He's right... I change what I said... #1 is better now that I look at it that way. Good job.
     
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    #1, it's one of those shots where having a setting helps the shot by telling a story.
     
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    Thanks DSLR Noob.
     

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