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  1. itsajeepthing

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    Captured these a few weeks back - was out at rattlesnake point with the dog.
    Thoughts? Trying to learn how to do better nature shots.

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    gotta sneak one in there of my buddy Zeus too.

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    Not bad in general...Really like #3...I think the first would be better with horizon in it.
     
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    ive got a boxer too! they are great dogs. i really like number 2
     
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    I agree...three is great :)...and Zues is very handsome. Hope he has his rattlesnake vaccine....doesn't sound like a park I would go to lol!
     
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    Three is really cool and framed really well IMO. Nice work!
     
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    thanks for the feedback guys ! :)

    yeah Zeus is great. He's my first boxer. What an amazing breed!

    edit: here's one more of Zeusy :)

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    I really really love the portrait of your dog. How it's framed and his posture makes it look very much like a portrait of a person. Awesome and different feel to it.

    Your nature ones are great too. My fave is the first one because of that wall. How it curves lends itself to fitting into a nature scene perfectly.
     
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    thank i appreciate the kind words :)
     
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    I really like #2 and #3 as well as your dog.
     
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    I'm no expert but.... those shots look great to me!! Very nice! Funny...we have a "Rattlesnake Point" out in Northern California as well!
     
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    Great pictures. My favorite is #2, but IMO it would be better if you crop out the OOF rocks.
     
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    the oof rocks were actually an intended part of the shot - i was trying to portray the sense of distance and height that you get standing at the wall (see first pic), looking down and across into the farmer's fields below. Is it too distracting?

    edit: p.s. - great forum guys. thanks for the feedback!
     
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