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KJackson 13 7 1 England
16 Feb 2008 6:50PM
Mono suits it well, lovely expression reminds me of my parents Collie when she was younger, like the colour one too!
proz 16 205 United States
16 Feb 2008 6:52PM
tack sharp in the right spot, lovely dog!
jeanie Plus
16 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
16 Feb 2008 6:56PM
Recognised her as one of yours Kathy. Lovely Jubly Smile

luxaeternam 13 21 1
16 Feb 2008 6:58PM
Smashing b&w pet portrait. I love the dog's pose.
Shroomer 13 14 167 England
16 Feb 2008 7:04PM
Love the B&W shot, what a great posing dog, how do you do it
Lovely capture
foggytwo 17 36 1 Scotland
16 Feb 2008 7:04PM
Black and white works very well Kathy,though both versions are great.Thats a super expression you`ve caught.
SueTurner 16 81 3 England
16 Feb 2008 7:05PM
both good images, but if I had to say - I would go in this instance for the colour version. Sue
Blondieee 12 5 United Kingdom
16 Feb 2008 7:17PM
I used to walk a dog exactly like this. Such an intelligent dog, but would never fetch - always round me and the kids up like sheep. Gorgeous shot and gorgeous dog, but I am biased.
Strobe 13 1.3k United States
16 Feb 2008 7:34PM
Good images, I think the mono works better.
glyndwr 13 66 10 Wales
16 Feb 2008 7:35PM
Fabulous expression, looks a real intelligent doggy.

Coleslaw 15 13.4k 28 Wales
16 Feb 2008 7:53PM
I prefer the B&W myself. Some people might want you to crop it tighter, but I personally prefer the landscape version.
exposure Plus
16 6.0k England
16 Feb 2008 10:43PM
Beatiful mono tones light detail and a beautiful dog and pose.
Sus 16 3.2k 9 England
16 Feb 2008 11:01PM
B&W definately. what conversion did you use? (just interested as you got the separation of the head and bg much better in the mono version). Also the fur looks better texutre, glossier, in mono. Great expression.
lonely_oryx 13 61 55 England
16 Feb 2008 11:57PM
Beautiful dog
KathyW 17 1.8k 12 Norfolk Island
17 Feb 2008 10:10AM
Thank you, Fly is a great poser!

Sus - can't remember how I converted this one, but it was probably using the gradient map in PS. I also cleand the image up a bit, cloned out some stray bits of grass etc. Madam does love to roll in the long grass and usually looks a mess Smile

Thanks again, Kathy
18 Feb 2008 1:28PM
Great focal point the eyes have it.
AnneWorner 13 620 43 United States
20 Feb 2008 12:31AM
Super portrait - love the mono version.

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