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  1. Peanuts

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    get set... go!

    Well, I haven't had the oppurtunity to take my 'own' photos for at least a month or two, so I saw this as a perfect oppurtunity to avoid studying for my last exam - in addition to build on finding my 'style'. Any critiques would be much appreciated :) ( I will note that it is unfortunate I cut off his ears in the third.. oops)

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  2. Karalee

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    You have a style of your own, ive seen many of your photographs woman!

    I love this concept, Im not too hot on the first 3 on the left but I ADORE the one on the right! It might just be the lack of focus, I know it was what you were going for but I just feel like I want to see a little more beyond the blur.

    Top notch chick! LOVE the editing too!
     
  3. Peanuts

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    Thanks for the comment Karalee :) I can see where I would need to make my intention a little more prominent in future attempts, as it must be a little too easy to overlook the 'bones' in the first three
    Though just the walking up part in and of its own is a great new idea.. thanks for the inspiration :D I do believe the laundry room is my new found 'studio'.

    Once again, thanks for taking the time to respond.
     
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    I like it, shows your'e thinking creatively. Excellent.
     
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    I think the little bone treats do the trick. It's like they are there for the taking all the time and we are seeing the dog getting nearer to them. It's a nice concept. Yes, maybe the 3 dogs out of focus coud be in different stages of out of focus. Anyway, I like this attempt. Very creative!



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  6. Big Mike

    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Very creative. Maybe give it a try it with a little more DOF.
     
  7. Peanuts

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    Agreed on the increased DOF - why I didn't do that at the time is beyond me. I should have bumped up my ISO and therefore received at least a stop or two extra. Hmm.. I ended up adding grain in PP anyways. Crumb.

    Thanks Flash Harry, Puscas and Big Mike!
     
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    Ok I actually wouldnt change ANYTHING!!! #2 looks like some kind of wierd fuzzy octopus!!! I would hang them on my wall.
     
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    fmw No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I wouldn't change anything either. I think of it as a composite of a dog walking his way into sharpness to reach the dog biscuit. Very cool image.
     
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    I Love this - perhaps a slightly bigger bone - but delightful work.
     
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    gr8 snap this is for me...I like the blur in the left three...
    probably, a sharper rightmost alongwid the blurred remaining area in the left wud hv broghut a gr8er impact...
     

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