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    Re: Autumn Sheltie

    What an awesome portrait of a beautiful sheltie.....well done. The light is very good on this pup.

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    Lovely picture Travis, I want to cuddle him/her.

    I would also like to straighten it though, but I like the crop/composition, is there a bit more available around the edges so it could be rotated clockwise a bit without losing anything?

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    Lovely portrait of this gorgeous wee dog. The only thing I would change, like Dave, would be to straighten it a bit.
    Well done. Anne

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    Thanks Dave for the input. straightened it a little bit.

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    Very nice, I would mount it if I were you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by travis4567 View Post
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    Thanks Dave for the input. straightened it a little bit.
    Looks better

    Personally, I'd clip the blacks a bit more (it's just looking a touch flat) - and possibly a slight saturation boost (mainly through the leaves). And also a touch of output sharpening. If you were REALLY keen then I'd consider removing the green fence behind the wooden one.

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    Re: Autumn Sheltie

    Lovely shot of an absolutely beautiful dog!

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    Lovely sheltie... and a nice pic. The sable colourings look lovely amongst the leaves. I'm always envious of autumn/fall photos at this time of year.

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    Very nice.

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    Re: Autumn Sheltie

    Beautiful shot! Can you tell me if you took this with existing light? I'm trying to get into pet photography and looking to learn as much as I can. Thanks.

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    Re: Autumn Sheltie

    Beautiful animal, great shot, and a gorgeous re-edit by Colin

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    Re: Autumn Sheltie

    Thanks Maggie, this was shot late afternoon with the sun shaded a bit by thin clouds, I got lucky and saw Cascha staring at something and grabbed the camera. Canon T3i, 28-135 lens

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