Dog C&C

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  1. KateBrodz

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    Hi All,

    I'm pretty new to photography. I went to the dog park and took a few shots. Below is my favorite. I played around with it a bit in gimp. Let me know how I can improve it.

    Thanks!
    Kate

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  2. schumionbike

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    welcome to the forum, perhaps I wouldn get lower and eye level with the subject. Otherwise, it's a cute shot.
     
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    I wish the whole dog was in the shot. I like the contrast between the dog and the ground, but I agree if you were a bit lower it would help. Other than that, I like where you were going with this!
     
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    Awesome, thanks for the feedback!
     
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    I agree, whole dog would have been ideal and a lower angle may have made it even better. I'm getting a dog confused and looking around to find where his grass went :p
     
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    Wheres its legs? :lmao:
     
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    Hey, im quite new to photography aswell but my first thought was what Tulsa said about the whole dog being in the shot and also being more eye level. I think its really good though, im forever taking pictures of my dog - have you got anymore to post?
    I love how the dogs looking back, he does look a bit confused but very cute.
     

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