First shots of my dog...

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  1. Gandalf

    Gandalf TPF Noob!

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    Went hiking through a local park a few days ago and snapped these pictures.

    It was right around sunset.

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  2. LaFoto

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    Cutie! :)
     
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    I really like the 3rd shot.
     
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    Lovely doggie. [​IMG]
     
  6. Gandalf

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    Yeah, had to add some contrast to my dogs head. The sun made it too dark.
     
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    The first shot looks nice, but the third one looks strange because the dog looks too light; the shadow areas of the dog are a light grey when they should be black.

    I do see that you masked the dog, as I can see a harsh outline around its head. You may want to "feather" the mask so that the outline of the masked area is softened. As well, you'll want to play around with the brightness/contrast of the dog some more, so that the shadows are darker, without affecting the light areas too much.

    Good luck!
     
  8. Gandalf

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    Thanks for the good tips!

    I'm new to photoshop, so advice like this helps. :)
     

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