Meet Mowgli in Duotone

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  1. djengizz

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    Here some shots i took while taken care of a friends dog for a day :)
    While experimenting with the shots i decided to go for duo-tone altough he's a dark brown dog.
    I think it worked out ok.
    C&C welcome!
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    skiboarder72 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    love the color choice, really brings out the texture, great work!
     
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    3 is just fabulous
     
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    Nice texture in his shiney coat but I think you really need to bounce that flash off something or diffuse it. (Very hard shadows in #1)
     
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    #3 is an awesome shot.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    You did everything right, so it seems. And the choice of duotone adds to some perfect pics. I like it a lot. It is difficult to photograph pets, I find (unless they are as lazy as our cat of whom, however, I only get good pics of her sleeping :roll: ), mostly so those with a dark coat. I was asked to photograph a totally black cat yesterday, and I failed with almost every photo. You, however, managed to get the DOF right, and exposure, focus, and every little detail in "Mowgli's" coat shows, too. Congratulations!
     
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    Wow all are great. I love the duotoning. It adds a lot.
     

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