How can my work improve?:

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  1. iHTCHBK

    iHTCHBK TPF Noob!

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    I can understand that,I do hope to pickup a new camera soon.I was looking at a Canon Rebel xs just so I can fork all my $ into the Canon hx a1 for what I really enjoy doing.

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    That looks pretty good. I would crop it in tighter to the dog and desaturate the background a bit.
     
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    mrodgers No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I think you did excellent on the re-edit. Sure I agree that maybe a little gradient mask on the blurring would help, but your selection looks great to me. I am still having a very difficult time making selections in Photoshop. I always end up with too much overlap with my selections. I've tried just brushing the selection, using the wand thing, and creating an alpha channel and nothing helps me.

    Good job.
     
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    thanks.
     
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    If anyone hasent said it I will. You should use the rule of thirds just a tid bit more.

    Good example mrodgers profile picture. Any you did a good job at after effects.
     

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