Dog photography c&c

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  1. SethAlbritton

    SethAlbritton TPF Noob!

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    I know I didn't frame the shots awesome. I should have got more of the dogs legs and body in the pic, but I am new, and when taking photos there is a lot of stuff to be thinking about and I'm not there yet.

    In these pictures I was practicing with my sb900, so let me know what you think. I'm only using one flash.

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    mwcfarms No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    The top of the poodles head in number one is blown out as well as his brisket. Sorry number too doesnt work with the flare from the sun but I think you did pretty well with the third.
     
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    The blow out in number 1, I wish I could have done better with my flash. THis is my first time with flash and it was a *****, but I definitely like the dramatic look with flash.

    Picture number two was meant to look exactly as it does. I see alot of picture with the sun right by the head almost blocking the head out and I wanted to try to achieve this. I like the effect, but I understand thats a personal opinion.

    Picture number three is kick ass in my opinion, but I just really like the chair. I wish I would have got more of her head in focus

    Thanks for your opinions
     

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