Dog Pictures

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  1. kierababy

    kierababy TPF Noob!

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    I am new to the whole photography thing and I am wondering if I can get a general critique on these please?
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    Stock Photos TPF Noob!

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    I like the 3rd one but I would have cropped the top more. Becareful on the second one that you are not looking up his nose.
     
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    Whenever you are shooting animals, always focus on the eyes. 1 and 2 would of been better. You could of also increased your depth-of-field and got more in focus.

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    Focus on the eyes. Turn off your flash. Re-shoot with natural light. Google 'using window light in photography' Shooting animals can be very difficult, but your composition could use some work. You have a lot of stuff (couch,floor) that is not really adding to the picture. Either crop or re-compose the shot. #2 focus is on the nose, not on the eyes and you cropped part of the head. Keep on practicing, you'll get better in no time.
     

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