pet portrait

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  1. Abstract

    Abstract TPF Noob!

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    Imagine this is your beloved pet... would you be proud to have this image hang on your wall? Are the composition and exposure ok? Is it worthy of the title portrait or is it just another "snapshot"? thankyou for your time :D :hug::
     
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    I'm not very sure about the blue towel under your pet. it is a bit distracting...
    I like the dof... but is this image ok to edit? I may play in ps a bit... I'm thinking about converting it to black and white.
     
  3. Abstract

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    totally ok to edit :D I know what you mean about the towel will try re-shooting tomorrow...
     
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    Watch out for all the loose hair then. It's easier to get rid of it before you take the photo rather than resort to PS.
    When you are doing shots that are quite close up you need to look at everything. One hair in the wrong place can become extremely annoying later on.
     
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    very good point HvR! thanks!
     
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    Some controlled lighting on the subject would be nice. This is a bit flat.
     

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