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    Jack's poker face

    Jack's poker face

    Just liked this one. I know it is a bit noisy. Probably should clone out the dust on his coat, but this is more of a document of the Jack I know, and he is not a show dog.

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    Re: Jack's poker face

    As a candid portrait, I would never clone out any dirt on my dog
    The noise might look good in a b&w conversion... It's almost black and white already

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    Re: Jack's poker face

    Thanks, Brian.

    It is a bit for bit crop of a 10 megapixel sensor and a kit lens, it is gonna have shortfalls. I like the oversaturated but harmonizing colors. It kind of reminds me of a face from one of those dogs playing poker paintings. At some point I am going to start playing with Silver FX pro. I wonder if I could retain the lighting effect in the eyes in B&W? I will save this pic against that day.

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    Re: Jack's poker face

    As a former Lab owner, I love this one -- gotta love that lab face . . . I think you captured it very well, especially the eyes, but I also think you might find some interesting things in Silver EFEX, which I have just gotten and need to explore way more --

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