OK, my turn...C & C

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  1. LuckySo-n-So

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    I guess I've been "running my mouth" (can you do that on a non-spoken medium?) on here long enough. Here are a few pics I took today:

    1. My nephew. I realize comp isn't very good, but checking on Lighting and focus.

    2. My Bro-n-law and puppy. Wail away.

    3. Little black puppy wants out... (black dogs are SO difficult to photograph).
     

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    Well, I really don't think that I'm qualified to comment, but I'll give it a shot since this is the beginners' section:

    #1 Looks very natural, like that's exactly what the child would look like if I were standing right there.

    #2 I liked this photo the most for some reason and I'm not sure why. I think its because of the balance between the puppy and guy. Plus, I like the background.

    #3 I wanted to like this photo best because I thought it was the most interesting. It felt like something was missing and I can't put my finger on it.

    I'm sorry. My comments aren't very helpful, but they are great pictures.

    John
     
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    I personally like #3 the best.....something about it seems to really appeal to me.
     
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    I know what you mean. I think the fact that you can't see the puppy's entire head or eyes is taking away from it somehow. That and the fact that, like I said, black dogs are very difficult to photograph.:banghead:

    But thanks for your kind words. Both of y'all.
     
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    I like #3 the best also
     

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