my dog.

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  1. nathanlegiehn

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    Love EVERYTHING about this shot, good use of BW, and even though it's centered ... I think it fits well.
     
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    Nice shot. I like the shallow depth of field, less distracting background.
     
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    Oh, I really love this one, though you have enough foreground to spare a bit of a crop there.
     
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    A definate separation from background. Looks like a vintage photo. I like it. Good job:thumbup:
     
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    This is an awesome photo...I LOVE eyes that go towards the edge of the frame...I have absolutely NO idea why I like photos like that...but this one takes all the "rules" and ignores them for the most part and still, a wonderful photo turned out as a result...hail to the chief!
     
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    very nice, great focus and use of B&W
     
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    good job i like the composition and you did good on the b&w
     
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    Great shot. I enjoy it!
    For me its perfect for a B&W
     
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    Looks a bit middle grey, but this being a Weimaraner, I guess it fits perfectly. I'd still like to see more negative space on the right side of the frame.
     
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    frame it and put it in your house man. very well done. my dog wont sit still to save her life.
     
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    Terrible. The k9's entire body is out of focus.
     

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