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  1. song2006

    song2006 TPF Noob!

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    im hoping to get feedback again... i do hope you dont get bored of looking at pictures of forrest.

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    and something a little different for me.
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    i'm ready. :D
     
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    ShootHoops TPF Noob!

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    He looks like he's very focused on something, and thinking very hard hahaha.
     
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    :lol: a fly.
     
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    ShootHoops TPF Noob!

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    Ohhh I see now. That makes sense lol.
     
  5. rosescope

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    Very nice pictures. But I see some gray color – sign of age. How old are you dog?
     
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    Improvements from your last set. :)
     
  7. song2006

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    the finisher, you like that uh? lol

    rosescope, forrest is almost 18 months old. i know!! he is young but he has had a little white since he was a pup, i think its a pigment thing, genetically.

    eb thanks! :)
     
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    very nice shots... animals are great models and work cheap...
     
  9. song2006

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    mysteryscribe thanks!! :D

    i love animals as models because they dont need a wardrobe to take pictures. :D

    no one is finding anything wrong with the shots? :scratch:
    does that mean they cant be any better?... i like them but...
     
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    i like the shots a real lot, but they are somewhat boring there isnt much action, this may just be me, but i like a model picture to show some kind of action.. This is my personal preferance..
     
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    okay let me look again.... I would have cropped 1 verticle too much unused space on the sides

    number two is distracting to me because the animal is off to one side with that bar of black space ... balence it is all about balence..

    three is nice if you do not intend to make a print. If you do it is out of proportion for any I have ever seen standard.

    4 5 are two that I just cant find any fault with.

    six has the same problem as three not a close to a standard size print but if you just planned to use them here or on email it is great

    The last one is the man with the cigar rule of composition... It would be better veritcle EXCEPT The line for the blinds is important to the shot so it is the correct crop and orientation.

    Is that better.... Im glad to see you arent just looking for attaboy comments.
     
  12. song2006

    song2006 TPF Noob!

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    yes! i really want to learn and improve. joining here has been a great learning experience and i hope it develops my eye... i will work on the ones you mentioned and i see your point about the size portioning. doing a 8x10 or 4x6 size would probably look better. :wink:

    5 and 6 are my favs in this group an i really like 4 and 7 as the others [1,2,3] dont do anything for me and were my early shots of today and i had trouble cropping them, they just didnt give me the wow i was hoping for. #5 does that for me.

    thanks everyone for the insight and lovely comments too! :D
     

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