In the Doghouse

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  1. his4ever

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    Mk... tear it apart :D. I know about the cloning issues I am still trying to figure that out :D. Please do not edit.. just tell me what to do :D. Thanks for your commets and critque :D

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    One more thought... I went in the morning to take this picture. I think this doghouse has lots of charicter and I think it could make a great picture... I can go back and take it again... how should I do it? Is it worth it? There is a deflated ball and an old dog dish behind the brush. I just do not know how to get past it all with out tresspassing (I took this from the sidewalk). Would another time of the day work?
     
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    To be honest, i dont really see anything in that picture, maybe its just me, but nothing special
     
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    hmmm maybeI need to try again... when I walk by it I can imagin a scary dog... and I want to express that to the viewer also. Maybe I should try B+W?
     
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    how about this? Do you feel that this is a scary place with a og you do not want to mess with... or should I just give up?
     
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    Better, but its not exactly, try different angles, much closer.
     
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    I dunno, I like the idea, but Im not feeling it either. Trying a different angle first would be good, then yeah either closer or wider shots.THe cluttered foreground is a tad annoying.
     
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    Mk thanks. I tried tonight to go back and retake the shot... but the family was in the front yard... and I did not want to get caught. It is really hard to take the picture without the clutter because it is a hole in the fence and there are a lot of branches in the hole. I am taking it from the side walk to do it legally. I will try one more time... then give up and say it was a good experience. Hopfully tomrrow I will have something.
     
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    Your clone brush work is very clean
     
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    Ditto. Very nice on removing the branch :)
     
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    I wanna like it because its a good idea, but I still just dont feel the picture coming together.
     
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    It's too centered boooooooring. sorry to be mean but that is one of the first things you learn, rule of thirds.
     

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