My Beardie.

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  1. Markw

    Markw No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    No name yet. I do like these pictures though.

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    bump.

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    Nice sharp images, and I love the golden effect. That dark object in the top right corner of the first shot is very distracting though. Some careful cloning and an overlayer gradient could hide that without too much trouble.

    Just spotted some possible dust in the lower right of your second shot too. Simple enough to clone those out.

    Hmm, the right name is screaming at me but I can't quite see it... Something dramatic and... and... ARGH!!
     
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    Harvy? Henry? OK not so dramatic, but he looks like a Har... Am I even on the right sex here? =).
     
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    No. Its a girl. Maybe HARmony? Well in any case, I think the second one is the sharpest picture I have to date with my outdated P&S.

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