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With a new Sony CyberShot DSC-F707 i got some pictures of my dog, Al Capone.
He is a Black Lab if anyones wondering.​


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Picture Two.
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Picture Three.
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Picture Four.
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Picture Five.
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Picture Six.
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Picture Seven.
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Please Comment && Critique them.
I'd really appreciate it :)
Im always looking on ways to improve :)




 

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first...get rid of the time/date stamp...second way over exposed outside, third white balance is off, framing is good!
 
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yea, I got rid of the date stamp for all new pictures, but I cant seam to reamove them from these x.x

Umm? Over exposed xD Care to explain more?

And I will fix the white balance, I know how I just forgot about it xD

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Tought shot black dog and white snow....

But the good news is their is not such thing as a bad photo of a lab.
 
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Thanks :)
Yea, Labs are fun to take pictures of, my dog loves to model xD
 

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I am not sure what the closest focus distance of your camera is, but with 6 and 7 you might just have gotten too close, since the dog is out of focus. or it was jstu moving too much ;)

a black dog in white snow is not easy exposure-wise. If you want detail on the dog, the bright background is easily overexpose. If you get the background correctly exposed, the dog might be just a black silhouette in the end. One has to find a compromise in between ... or just go for the dog, since he is the main subject.
 
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Thanks Jchantelau. Yea my dad named him x)

lol :)

Thank you < 3 With 6&7 he was moveing to much, hes not exactly fond of the flah and baseball xD He was moveing alot.
It was a bit out of focuse too though, I had it on maual focuse instead of auto xP
And yea, I was just messing with the camera during the snow pictures, not really working with the lighting or anything.
 

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You may be able to fix some of the overexposure in adobe. Try using a curves layer to darken it, then control+I for layer mask then use brush set at about 30% opacity and paint over dog to darken a bit
 

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