My dog - cc

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  1. lee_h

    lee_h TPF Noob!

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    First post and first time using a DSLR. Canon XS with the kit lens. Tell me if I should take up a new hobby.:mrgreen:

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    f/3.5 1/1600 iso 100 18mm (really 28mm)
     
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    Cute expression, but it would have been better if the legs didn't get cut off from the picture :)
     
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    Yep it would have been much better with the legs in it...but don't give up!
     
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    Great shot...if it weren't for the limbs being chopped off. Great use of perspective.

    Steve
     
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    Yeah, I figured that about her legs but, they are long and she was squirming around in the grass so much, I was lucky to even keep her in focus.:cyclops:
     
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    bigtwinky No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Keep up with the hobby.

    While there are some major issues with the image in terms of composition, cutting off limbs and such, I really do like the angle you chose to shoot at and the expression in his face.

    Practice makes perfect, right? Go out there and shoot more. Take note to keep the important parts of an animal or person in the frame. You can cut some, but it all depends where you cut and how you cut that will impact the image.
     

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