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    my boy jack

    my best friend jack ,just a few shots taken this morning,no p&p only trimmed.
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    advice on improving always welcome

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    Re: my boy jack

    Good looking pup Glenn, what breed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeperman View Post
    Good looking pup Glenn, what breed?
    rhodesian ridgeback x

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    Re: my boy jack

    Hi Glenn,

    I think on the first, I'd either crop to include a bit more sky, or none at all.

    On the second, I'd have leveled it - and if I'd been photographing the birds, I'd be quietly cursing

    The others show some action, but I think the focusing missed on the last one especially.

    The last might be improved if you have the reflection of Jack's head in the foreground too.

    However, in general, your cropping/composition isn't too bad.

    I think the third is my favourite, and if you PP, trying to recover some detail on the shadow side of Jack would be worth doing.

    Cheers,

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    Re: my boy jack

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Humphries View Post
    Hi Glenn,

    I think on the first, I'd either crop to include a bit more sky, or none at all.

    On the second, I'd have leveled it - and if I'd been photographing the birds, I'd be quietly cursing

    thankyou dave for the advice

    The others show some action, but I think the focusing missed on the last one especially.

    The last might be improved if you have the reflection of Jack's head in the foreground too.

    However, in general, your cropping/composition isn't too bad.

    I think the third is my favourite, and if you PP, trying to recover some detail on the shadow side of Jack would be worth doing.

    Cheers,

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