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    Grandma's dog

    Grandma's dog

    This was a candid shot, but I keep thinking about how I could light those eyes if I tried to. I'm starting to learn some flash technique from strobist.blogspot.ca so it's even more on my mind lately.

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    Re: Grandma's dog

    i personnelly love this photo as it is!

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    Re: Grandma's dog

    Very nice! I like the whites being as white as they are. Cute picture.

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    Re: Grandma's dog

    I think you have done a great job. It's wonderful

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    Re: Grandma's dog

    Quote Originally Posted by blakemcguire View Post
    Grandma's dog

    This was a candid shot, but I keep thinking about how I could light those eyes if I tried to. I'm starting to learn some flash technique from strobist.blogspot.ca so it's even more on my mind lately.
    This is a very nice photo. A flash would have been bad for the eyes, giving a ghostly, possessed look. I like it the way it is. By the way, this looks like my dog, Rowdy.

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    Re: Grandma's dog

    I would have to agree with everyone here. I think it is good the way it is.

    nice job.

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    Re: Grandma's dog

    on another site I received three comments, one saying it's too dark, the other saying it's too bright, and a third saying it's "boring." Would it be egotistical to say those aren't very good critiques? :P

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