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By Sus  
Pug, converted to B&W with channel mixer, with blue filter at about 10% strength (no filter conversion, with blue filter conversion overlayed, then reduced to 10% opacity and merged). Sharpened with smart sharpen at 76%, 0.6, 0 then running the sharpen tool over the eyes and muzzle. Background darkened a bit.

Trying to achieve a Traer Scott style.

Tags: Dog Pug Pets and captive animals

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25 Feb 2008 6:36PM
Beautiful dog with great eyes

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rontear Plus
13 8 8 England
25 Feb 2008 7:06PM
Excellent portrait Susan, mono magic. Ron.
DeSilver Plus
9 13 11 England
26 Feb 2008 9:27AM
Nice portrait well caught. Is that you I can see in the dogs eyes? If so try a different vantage point to shoot from. Smile

fauxtography 11 6.6k 36
26 Feb 2008 2:00PM
Pretty good shot at his style, might be tempted to darken the background a bit, and maybe a bit of a conventional viewpoint if you are going for his style.

Like it a lot.
randomrubble 12 3.0k 12 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2008 7:30PM
This works well in terms of the B&W conversion however I think as a portrait you should try to get closer to the dog's level.
Sus 12 3.2k 9 England
27 Feb 2008 10:32PM
Thanks all for coments and mod. I'm not used to photographing smaller dogs, agree I will try to get lower next time!
5 Mar 2008 4:22PM
Great mono workes well great detail

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