beware of dog. (blk+wht)

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she bites too...
 

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Is there some undertone in the message here? I'm not biting.
 

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Honestly, just a portrait of her, minus the beware of dog part, would be way more interesting to me. Have the focus of a shot be completely on her and you have something to work with versus her sharing viewer attention with a door? Nah. Stick to just her.
 

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I think it would be better if you did a portrait.The focus of the subject is more imortant rather than including unnecessary elements.
 

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I think it would be better if you took a portrait. It would also be better to focus on the subject itself rather than including unnecessary elements.
 

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now if this shot had been done with her holding back a dog like a pipbul who looked well p*ssed the shot would have worked a lot better. i agree though a portrait of this model would have looked better, shes good looking but the door kind of steals attention.
 

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you know the guys want a photoshoot of the girl now!

but, the picture would of been better without the door
 

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