A Girl & Her Dog

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  1. Julie

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    Playing around with window light and foam board.
    C & C as always :)

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    This last one is not technically correct but thought that I would post it for a laugh. I told Charlie to pose and smile. So he did :)

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    #3 is my favorite, but #4 is really cute.
    They all look a little underexposed on my monitor. It also looks like the girl is in focus but the dog isn't in the first three shots what was your aperture set at?
     
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    Overall, these are really nice Julie! :)
    I can see the c&c coming to work. :) I like the "dopieness" of the dog in #4, but I'm wanting to see more of the girl. #1 is also really nice.

    Nice improvment although your DOF is a bit to shallow in the 1st 2 pics! :bigup:
     
  4. Julie

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    I have to save my dollars to get a half decent monitor to plug into my laptop. They look fine on this but I figured when I posted that on calibrated monitors they would be dark.
    the fstop is around 4 or 5. I had to have it like that to get the dial in the middle.

    Clif, #4 was just a snap. Told the dog to pose and he did, right in front of Larissa. Thought that I would post that just for a chuckle :)

    Thanks guys for the c & c
     
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    Definite improvements Julie!

    I like # 1 but it is dark. #2 looks soft (the dog is too OOF) but the exposure looks better. #3 is just a tad dark and of her feet weren't growing out of her head it would be a great keeper. Finally, # 4 could have really worked if you had taken a step to your left and then snapped the shot.
     
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    I find them a little dull, color wise but that may be this laptop.

    I like #3 a lot but the legs in the background are a bit distracting on first glance. Not enough to ruin the picture though. My brain interpreted it as someone standing behind her at first.

    Great shots!
     
  7. A~Photography

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    great improvements julie!!!

    i agree #2 the dogs too oof

    #3 i REALLY like except for her legs growin out her head!!

    #4 is tooo cute!!! a step the the left to see your daughter would have been GREAT
     
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    No C&C from me… cause I am prejudice… my niece would look good no mater what… and Charlie… what can I say… he is a ham in front of a camera… I mean … come on… look at that smile on his face!

    I love those shots!
     
  9. Julie

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    Shelly you can c & c :)

    I was just practicing for exposure mostly. Trying to get that right before I make the other things wrong, right.

    I really need to work on pp though.
     

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