Two of my wife's favorite things....

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    So tonight I brought out my new backdrop and stands, still waiting on my slave flash (backordered) so i used a couple of shop lights so some strange lighting transitions going on. Anyway please C&C. I was kind of trying to go for a "infinity" background, but it wasn't working out the greatest for me. Please feel free to leave any tips to improve. Thanks!

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    not sure about the first shot, but really digging the side profile. very elegant, and the dog is great! :D
     
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    It took me a couple seconds to figure out what was in #1. If that was the intention, then you managed that. I'm not sure if I like where you put the focus on that. I would say it might have been better to close down your aperture a bit and get the entire shoe in focus. It's really hard for me to look at that photo.

    I like #2, looks really good.

    And I'm a sucker for dogs. I usually don't like pet shots (except my own dog, of course! :)) but I love the tilted head on this little guy. As with the first one, I might have closed down the aperture a bit to get more of the dog in focus, but it's much less distracting in this shot than the first.
     
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    Looking forward to seeing pictures taken with 2 strobes.
     
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    I might turn the first shoe just a bit to one side to make it a bit more pronounced. I really like the shot of the dog!
     

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