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  1. pinkfaeriekiss

    pinkfaeriekiss TPF Noob!

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    I understand that I am not professional or even that good yet; however, I have been reading and researching all aspects of photography. I am very interested in learning! I have printed, read, and referenced them repeatedly. I am now looking for tips, opinions and help. I would appreciate feedback! Thank you!


     
  2. CowgirlMama

    CowgirlMama No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I think it's a beautiful picture. It's focused well. It might be good to expose it slightly more, but I think it looks pretty good as is, too. :)
     
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    SCraig Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    The difference between a "Good" shot and a "Great" shot is frequently in attention to details. Exposure, composition, everything. Look at the foreground, look at the background, look at the subject. Look at everything.

    I can't decide whether this one is sepia toned or just washed out color. I like the depth of field but it is cropped too tightly and makes the dog look cramped. Give him a little room to breathe. And speaking of breathing there is a bunch of hair right in front of his nose that once seen cannot be unseen.
     
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    Thank you for the input. It was indeed sepia...and a quick vacuuming was necessary I noticed too, post photo of course :( Here is the original image
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