My Beautiful Black Lab

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    Beautiful dog!

    #1.. watch your foregrounds....that branch under your dog is distracting. Get down on his?? level.. with good eye contact. Crop tighter... unless the background helps to tell the story. This one doesnt.. just dead space.
    #2 shoot vertically for shots like this... don't cut off body parts...
    #3 same as #1

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    I kind of thought that the branch added to the photo, because she loves all the branches she makes piles :)
     
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    Reguardless thanks for the feedback, I agree with you on it. And its helping me to realize what I need to focus on and work on.
     
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    hows this shot...
    i just got it

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    looks out of focus.. and you cut his butt and feet off! :)
     
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    I think whats more distracting is the shadows the dog is making.
    And I agree with previous poster. Get down to his level. When you
    cant get the entire body in the frame try for just the head.
     

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