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By Sone  
Just playing with shots of my dog. I know my focus is not completely where it should be (the eyes), but it is still a cute shot. Like "should I look at her or not?" Haha fun ...

Tags: Pet dog Pets and captive animals

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banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3512 Canada
23 Apr 2013 2:57PM
The wide angle, and closeness of the camera exaggerates the length of the dogs nose. This would normally not work well, but it does as a shot for the dog.

A little brightening shows the eye better, and it can be sharpened enough, - not perfect, to make it a usable shot.

A dog lovers shot.



Mod loaded.



regards



Willie

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JacopoR 3 1 Italy
23 Apr 2013 6:45PM
The point of view is good because it's a different perspective.

There's a little predominant of red and you can see it mostly in the white areas...

then the focus is on the nose but when you shoot portraits you have to focus your lens on the eyes because our eyes will look first at them and it causes a bit of disorder when they aren't in focus.
paulbroad 9 116 1057 United Kingdom
24 Apr 2013 9:37AM
You are making your own comments. There is the basis of a nice dog shot here because it is that bit different. As you note, you must get your focusing in the right place and should that handrail be white, or is it actually pink? Looks a touch under exposed which would result in a colour cast.

Paul

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