Dog Portrait

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  1. song2006

    song2006 TPF Noob!

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    c&c please... thanks for looking.

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  2. JGraevell

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    The lighting is great.
    I'm assuming it's natural.?

    BTW - That is a beautiful dog.
     
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    Really really love the pose of the dog! The paws, the eyes and the ears...
    Love the light too. One little thing: I think a different couch would have been better (because of the colour/contrast).


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  4. song2006

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    thanks for the response. :thumbup:

    it is with natural light and the couch being brown drowns forrest some. i will try something different next time.
     
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    Torus34 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Crop!
     
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    Almost want to see the other side of the face. A reflector (a plain white cardboard) facing the light source by the dog would help.
     
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    I must agree with struss, a reflector would have been great here.
     
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    does he have a tail.... nice drama though with the light as it is....
     
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    Yeah that's anm awesome dog. how did you get him to stay still? I have a sheppard mix and he's always all wound up. Nice job.
     
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    Beautiful shot. I can only echo other suggestions: different background (perhaps something white), a reflector (even a white posterboard would suffice), and I'd like to see his tail or less of his body.
     
  12. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Oops, I must have overlooked for days that it only says what it says in your request for critique ... this is too little to post a photo in the Photo Critique, our guidelines point out that Photo Critique is a section for some much more detailed critique (per part of the poster who has to outline CLEARLY what they want to know and per part of the repliers who may also be quite harsh in their critiquing aspects of a photo).

    So I moved this to the Portrait Forum, it IS a portrait, after all.
     

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