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By Paul_cats
Dont know if am doing something wrong with resizing recently, but my pictures seem to be highly pixelated when viewing on the site. They seem to look ok on my computer though when viewing in psp. Can somebody tell me if they look ok on their computer.
Anyway, say hello to my new foond friend. Yet another stray that has been visiting our house in Crete. I put under the category of photo journalism because it gives an idea of the culture abroad. These dogs are left to roam around the streets when their owners dont want them any more. How anbody could turf out such a loving dog I dont know. When I found her she was in an awful state. Coat all matted and covered in mud. Plus starving hungry. Now after a quick shower, belly full of food and a quick trip to the vet for a once over, its like she has always lived here. Took to me like a duck to water.
Hope you like the shot and thanks for looking.
Comments/Criticism/Mods all welcome

Tags: Dog Wildlife Photo journalism Nature Canine Pets Pets and captive animals Wildlife and nature

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pluckyfilly Plus
10 351 33 United Kingdom
22 Nov 2010 8:42PM
not sure about the b/g on this one but a good shot of the dog, sounds like she has fallen into a good loving home

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_ 11 535 4 Virgin Islands, British
22 Nov 2010 8:48PM
Background looks odd in this one. Have you cloned out anything?
Dog's eyes could do with a bit of light to make them stand out a little more.
Liking the head tilt.
Paul_cats 10 61 22 Scotland
22 Nov 2010 8:55PM
No never cloned anything out. Background is a green wall that had strong sunlight on it. Agree about the eyes but had varying light. Difficult to expose throughout the pic. Did the best I could with the time given. Thanks for comment though. All taken on board. Smile
taggart Plus
12 47 13 United States
23 Nov 2010 12:47AM
V2---vast improvement for details!
Daisymaye Plus
8 23 10 Canada
23 Nov 2010 1:03AM
Very cute portrait of a cute little doggie...........Sandy
CarolG Plus
9 196 18 Greece
23 Nov 2010 6:04AM
What a little darling, Paul, very well captured. I hate the way the greeks turf out their unwanted 'pets', so glad this one has found a loving home with you. Carol
franken Plus
14 4.0k 4 Wales
23 Nov 2010 7:20AM
Version 2 for me.

Lillian Plus
7 22 17 United Kingdom
23 Nov 2010 12:17PM
Have done a mod for you Paul, just into PS5 and used lasso tool on the eyes, then feathered only 5% then used curves to lighten the eyes to bring them out more, after this I used smart sharpen as not as severe I don't think as the usual sharp tool.
Do hope that you like my try at this otherwise beautiful portrait shot
and she is a lucky girl to have found you!..perhapes they have whispered the message lover!
29 Nov 2010 9:40AM
A lovely lassie you have here Paul, she has such a kind look in her eyes.
The pic looks good and clean for me, but I'm not the prof.
4 Dec 2010 6:00PM
What a beauty, well done indeed for your kindness, such a lovely face, I am sure she will repay you a thousand times over, V2, a lovely portrait.
JimV 10 6 3 Canada
10 Dec 2010 5:10AM

Quote:What a beauty, well done indeed for your kindness, such a lovely face, I am sure she will repay you a thousand times over, V2, a lovely portrait.

Well said, I wholy agree Paul!
Rgds., Jim
oh thats a lovely story happy ending - she looks so loyal Grin

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