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    The Bobsta

    Caught this expression on my dog's face the other day. I have yet to take a decent photograph of him, but decided to try and fiddle around with this and cannot decide which sort of focus looks better. Any thoughts , opinions, C&C welcome.

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    Re: The Bobsta

    Prefer no3.....looks like he's saying "you lookin at me?"

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    Re: The Bobsta

    I get that look from my dog sometimes. It is a look that sees through the focus. It is a wonderful shot, the eyes and the brow say everything.
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    Re: The Bobsta

    I like 2 best something about the white fur in 2 that I like .

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    Re: The Bobsta

    #3 for me - the slightly brighter background separates his head a bit better I think.

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    Re: The Bobsta

    Thanks everyone- # 3 is the straight conversion to B&W from the original focus. N#2 was softened and #1 sharpened in Picnik after the crop.

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