Tiger c&c (my best pic ever imo)

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  1. TheKingDavis

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    This is by far the best picture ive ever taken, in my opinion anyway

    im sure there will be lots wrong with it, but c&c is welcome


    and here it is.....

    *drum roll*

    *akward silence*


    TA-DA

    [​IMG]
     
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    You cut off his head and ear.
     
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    I know, i had to take it while I had the chance
     
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    the lighting could be better.
     
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    For what its worth.... when you say "my best picture ever" on the Intnernet.... You are just as well off closing your eyes in a crouded room and saying, "I dare someone to punch me in the face"
     
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    It was taken under a shady tree.
     
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    When taking a portrait of an animal, try to keep these in mind.
    Keep at their level (you did)
    Focus on the eyes, have them looking at you if possible.
    Keep clutter out of background.
    And lastly cutting body parts off is tough to get away with.
    Good looking dogs
    Keep taking shots and posting:thumbup:
     
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    thanks, and the level thing was the hardest, My dogs are very playful and they kept trying to lick my lens
     
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    Unless people are respectful and just give some good constructive criticism. He's not saying it's the best picture ever he's saying it's HIS best picture ever. BIG difference. He is new and he can have a favorite, can he not?

    TJ
     
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    congrats, keep at it and you'll have many more favorites!
     
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    I have shots of tiger white bangle tigers lol
    Wes
     
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    Good looking dogs, keep it up.

    Are they trained to sit and so forth? If you work with them you can pose them for a lot of fun shots.

    :)
     

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