Locked Up

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  1. lazarus219

    lazarus219 TPF Noob!

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    MY dog always seem to be sitting next to the fence, looking out,

    I took this shot to give the impression of him being locked up,
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    I might have a try of this shot in black and white,

    Any comments appreciated!
     
  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    No. Sorry.
    I would love to see an un-barred portrait of your dog, with its snout all included.
    The white of the fence make the photo look as if something was wrong with it... too blurred and flat to still be looking like a fence.
    Sorry.
    I love to give a good critique, but...
     
  3. DramaDork626

    DramaDork626 TPF Noob!

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    It kinda looks like 3 seperate photos. And yes, you do need more of the dog in there. Try to catch an expression of sadness, dogs are good at making that face. and get a little father away. The bars are far too overexposed. And you need more contrast and brightness in the color.
    Keep workin on it
     
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    Just back up slightly so you get a little more dog, and you should be on to something.

    Also to me the dog looks dark even though the bars are washed out. Lighten the dog up a bit - the white of the bars can't get any, er, whiter!
     

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