Few of my first pictures, C&C appreciated.

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  1. Nikon_Dude

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    Thanks, how did you input the link to make it upload? Also any comments?

    I like the way the sky turned out in 3 and 4, and I know the glare on the dog's eyes needs to be edited out but I don't have photoshop so I have not touched these pics.
     
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    I like 3 and 4, think 3 could be cropped slightly and, as you say PP his eyes. Don't think you really need the dog in 4, it's almost a distraction :)
     
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    not bad, but look kind of like snapshots, im not saying that i dont think you tried, but generally (in my opinion) i feel like pictures taken of dogs playing end up looking like snapshots..

    btw whats that on picture 4, is it her belt? about waist high, im confused :lol:
     
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    Go to the picture you want on flickr, right click and "Copy Image URL," there's a little button when you make a post that says "Insert Image." You then paste the copied URL link in there.
     
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    I get my images by going to flickr, clicking on the image, selecting ALL SIZES and then going to the biggest resolution one.

    I then scroll down to the bottom of the page and copy the image URL under the 2. Grab the photo's URL

    I then come to my post on TPF (or any other forum) and
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    I'm old school and just like to do things manually. I'm sure the insert image button works fine too :)
     
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    Not sure what you're talking about on picture 4, there is no belt.

    And I kind of agree about the pics looking like snapshots now that you mention it. Was the first time I really got to use my camera so I was just trying to experiment with how different settings affect the picture.
     
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    I like 3 the best. The rest just look like snap shots.
     
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    The christmas present in number 5 doesn't really match the feeling of the rest of the pic. I think if you would have brought the picture frame down and to the left it would make the picture much better. I think 5 is on the right path to a good shot.
     
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    Thanks for the input. And Mike I think you're right about the christmas present being a little out of place.
     

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