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Rspca Doc

By pepperst
A continuation of the work I am doing on the RSPCA doc, please take time to view all the series if you can.

All comments welcome, I am using your advice personally and as part of the review section of my project so even if it is negative but relevant please say it because it is more helpful than you may think!

Thanks for looking,

Tags: Dogs Rspca Photo journalism Wrexham Pets and captive animals

Voters: KJackson, mars, plugin and 10 more


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KJackson 8 7 1 England
20 Feb 2008 10:37AM
I LOVE image number one, just a shame that the arm on the right is slightly distracting, but that pups face.....!

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mars 8 England
20 Feb 2008 10:54AM
Image one looks so trusting.. image two looks cheeky and the last one looks worried...and it's owner looks as though she is relieved to place her trust in the hands of the vet... lovely!
pepperst 8 2.3k 4 Wales
20 Feb 2008 10:59AM
Thanks guys, The arm is pain but it gives me something to work on.
User_Removed Junior Member 9 16 England
20 Feb 2008 12:18PM
Three lovely images, all have captured very appealing expressions. Good work
Andrew
imander 9 388 7 United Kingdom
20 Feb 2008 1:20PM
great set, the first one is lovely with the hand placed under her face in a reasuring way and has good eye contact from the dog, the second i think needs a tad more contrast and the third needs a little lightening on the dogs face imo...keep up the very good work
ian
pepperst 8 2.3k 4 Wales
20 Feb 2008 1:59PM
Cheers Ian, Ive tried on the second one. The jacket has been de-saturated so I think I need to do the reverse on the dog. Ditto third.

Thanks
inkarts Plus
12 61 2
20 Feb 2008 6:10PM
A good one well done. The look in the eye wonderful.
WelshKiwi 8 3.2k 2 Wales
21 Feb 2008 8:55AM
I love this set Peps, I dont mind the arm in the 1st one as this is what was happening, you can still see the pups eyes which are full of trust.

Love the other two, they show different emotions to the first. I hope your getting these printed up into a book.

Was the third dog in to get his nails done lol Smile

Im watching you everyday and I can see your work improve everyday with all the stuff your learning and practising.

Lee Smile
CaptivePixels 8 343 2 Scotland
21 Feb 2008 6:12PM
An adorable wee thing and nicely captued. This is my favourite of the three and I also don't find the arm too distracting.

Very nice shot

Mike
rowarrior 8 4.4k 9 Scotland
28 Feb 2008 11:08PM
Love the expressions on their faces! My favourite is the first, followed by the second. The third looks a little dark...
SuziBlue 13 16.2k 10 Scotland
14 May 2008 11:49PM
No. 3 for me, although it's a little dark. The reason - because it tells more story than the other two, although they have their own good merits. This one shows a relationship between the woman and the dog - and the reliance they have on each other. It's got real overtones of a social document too. There's a lot you can read into this but I won't bore you with what I think Smile

In the first one yes the arm is in the way but I doubt it could be helped much. The supplication in the eyes is incredibly moving.

The second one - I think that because there is a person and the dog, I'm looking for more of a relationship between them given the context - just my personal thought.

Overall I think the mono works well. It homes in on what's important in the images and makes it a stark document of what's going on. Very powerful.
redjoker 8 981 4 England
21 May 2008 6:44PM
this is a great set, id love to see them all but together, V2 is my fav but i think they all deserve a vote

B&W is a must with these i think, much more effective like this

and you hit my soft spot with animals..go on ill give you a vote
blondiebee 10 295 United Kingdom
27 May 2008 8:58PM
OMG, the expression! Its gorgeous.

Great to meet you in Chester.

Ness

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