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southsnapper

Thank you for the taking the time to look at my portfolio and offer advice on my images, I greatly appreciate all advice given and any offers of large amounts of cash Smile
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  • 50mm @ 1.8

    Great image and another reason why I love the 50mm f1.8 lens

    Robert Smile
    • 14 Nov 2010 6:19PM
  • leo.

    Good composition and capture of the dogs eyes Smile
    • 22 Aug 2010 6:04PM
  • all wet

    God composition and subject, well caught, it would be nice to compare a colour version Smile
    • 22 Aug 2010 6:02PM
  • High Seas

    Excellent timing, well caught.

    Robert Smile
    • 9 Apr 2010 1:37PM
  • Spring Time In The Park

    Excellent in every way, framing DOF, subject, sharpness, well done.

    Robert Smile
    • 6 Apr 2010 6:09PM
  • Canon by Sony

    Interesting image and great play on words.

    Robert Smile
    • 5 Apr 2010 6:13PM
  • Happy Easter

    Well caught, eggcellent image.

    Robert Smile
    • 3 Apr 2010 4:28PM
  • Paddy

    Good portrait, I think it would be improved if the chair leg was upright, but that's just me being picky, gets my vote any way.

    Robert Smile
    • 3 Apr 2010 4:20PM
  • Harbour Shadows

    Nice tones and composition, almost sepia.

    Robert Smile
    • 2 Apr 2010 7:46PM
  • Max

    It a lovely image, proves it's not the camera but the eye behind the camera that does most of the work, I think the tones are superb and there's so much life captured in those eyes.

    Robert Smile
    • 2 Apr 2010 7:12PM
  • Wolf Hybrid

    Lovely image, the eye is well caught and lit and I like the light coming through the fur.

    Robert Smile
    • 2 Apr 2010 7:07PM
  • Ummmm... Maybe....

    I prefer V2 but V 1 does have it's merits, both are well worth saving from the bin.

    Robert Smile
    • 2 Apr 2010 7:02PM
  • Insanity...

    Three great shots, I see where the title 'Insanity' comes in.
    You've captured the intense look of the collie beautifully, not sure which I'd go for if I had to pick a favourite of the three.

    Robert Smile
    • 30 Mar 2010 6:57PM
  • Henry

    It is a great portrait, I think it would be brilliant if Henry's eye's were lifted a little.

    Robert Smile
    • 30 Mar 2010 6:53PM
  • Yoshi

    Great image, I like the subtle tones and the composition.

    Robert Smile
    • 13 Mar 2010 9:00PM
  • Holly the Mountain Dog

    Lovely happy image, with the bonus of a great back drop, well caught.

    Robert Smile
    • 13 Mar 2010 8:53PM
  • ..

    Great image, deserves a lot of votes does this one and certainly gets my vote.

    Robert Smile
    • 13 Mar 2010 8:51PM
  • togetherness

    I think the image is composed really well and it's an interesting image, I do think the processing has detracted from it though.

    It does get my vote though because I think it's a great capture

    Robert Smile
    • 13 Mar 2010 8:38PM
  • Jacks Holiday

    Great angle and pose and loads of detail, great shot.

    Robert Smile
    • 13 Mar 2010 7:54PM
  • galloping across the skies

    I'm not normally a fan of these kind of image, but this one caught my eye as a thumbnail and I like it as a larger version, nicely done.

    Robert Smile
    • 13 Mar 2010 7:49PM
  • Ben

    Nice one, very reminiscent of older portraits of peoples pets, I would try a sepia tone on it,

    Great portrait of Ben in it's own right though.

    Robert Smile
    • 13 Mar 2010 7:41PM
  • S a n d y

    Nicely composed with great detail, you've captured the eye's wonderfully, great portrait.

    Robert Smile
    • 8 Mar 2010 7:37PM
  • brandy

    Great editing on this one, and lovely subject too Smile

    Robert
    • 8 Dec 2009 8:11PM
  • Flynn

    Lovely image of a working dog, thanks for posting, it gives us all benchmark to aim for Smile

    Robert.
    • 8 Dec 2009 5:26PM
  • Rain!

    Cracking image, country sports in the UK, must be other pursuits that get out doors with out getting you wet Smile

    Robert.
    • 8 Dec 2009 5:24PM
  • Whippet 4

    Quite simply superb Smile

    Robert.
    • 8 Dec 2009 5:22PM
  • Yellow

    Excellent image, and I think the frame is brilliant.

    Robert.
    • 21 Oct 2009 7:01PM
  • Proud Border

    Great low angle on this, lovely detail in the dogs face and nicely framed by the sky.

    Robert Smile
    • 21 Oct 2009 6:51PM
  • The dog sller

    An emotive image.

    I suspect that those not sold would no doubt be disposed of one way or another.

    Working in animal welfare two things always surprise me, the first how little the general public are aware of the low regard some sellers of animals have for their products, and secondly, how badly those animals are treated away from the public gaze, I suspect those puppies disposed of get the better deal, their parents being money making machines suffer for far longer.

    I think this image would make a powerful symbol of the plight of the produce of puppy farms.

    Sorry for jumping on my soap box, I'll get down now.
    • 21 Oct 2009 6:49PM
  • Alert

    Great detail in the eye's, the image captures the personality of a collie perfectly.

    Robert Smile
    • 15 Oct 2009 5:43PM