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  1. lockwood81

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    Was out playing fetch with my dog today.

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    I really like the photo! Maybe you could up the exposure just a pinch, and I would have preferred the dog to be in the center without the moving water taking my eyes away from the dog. Just my preference though.
     
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    I like the composition of this shot alot, it has a great feel to it.

    However it is slightly underexposed and it also looks as though your WB is off?.....
     
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    That really is the color of the water here in Florida, in some ponds and rivers, kind of a murky brown. I've made a few of the changes suggested (different crop and lightened it up)...not sure which is better.

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    Thats better - although i prefer the original crop :)
     
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    I agree. Lightening it up improved the picture but centering the doggie didn't work for me. Nice shot and cool dog. :D When I first looked at this pic, I thought that stick was a fish. ;)
     
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    I agree...everything doesn't have to be in the centre...I too, like the original crop better
     
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    I like the original better than any of the others suggested. The shot does look slightly underexposed, but I think this is a case where that could work.

    I also think the dog's brown eyes really do make the image. Such loyalty.
     
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    The first framing is better IMO. Could be a bit brighter though.

    Dani.
     
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    I prefer the first one myself
     

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