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The Good Gypsy
11/17/2015 08:08:17 PM
The Good Gypsy
by BEL_Clark

Comment by grahamgator:
Happy dog; love the expression.
The Good Gypsy
11/17/2015 08:17:10 AM
The Good Gypsy
by BEL_Clark

Comment by JopsyDaisy:
Really nice tones and I love the happy expression on his/her face! The yellow leaves against the fur makes a good detail!
The Good Gypsy
11/15/2015 02:05:15 PM
The Good Gypsy
by BEL_Clark

Comment by clickodak:
Very nice Give 8
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The Good Gypsy
11/11/2015 03:16:41 PM
The Good Gypsy
by BEL_Clark

Comment by sassygranny:
Love that face!
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The Good Gypsy
11/11/2015 12:18:37 PM
The Good Gypsy
by BEL_Clark

Comment by Lydia:
Gypsy is adorable. Love that tongue... so happy!
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Diagonal Shadows
10/21/2015 07:30:19 PM
Diagonal Shadows
by BEL_Clark

Comment by MichaelC:
Good contrast and fits the challenge well. Just a thought but I would have rotated it 90 degrees so to take advantage of screen real estate and have more impact.
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Time To Get My Hands Dirty
10/14/2015 08:31:29 PM
Time To Get My Hands Dirty
by BEL_Clark

Comment by snaffles:
Greetings from the Critique Club!

I can see that you put some thought into the composition of the tools here, the angle of the lopping shears helps lead the eye through the planting pots to the gloves. I think more dof would have helped so the strident colour of the out-of-focus shears wouldn't compete so much with the much more detailed and in-focus, but subdued in colour, gloves. They're fighting each other and I suspect that is why this placed where it did.

Personally I think that the vibrant purples in the foreground overwhelm the subdued red handle of another tool in the background. Lighting looks to be ambient, my one main issue is that there seems to be a heavy hit with the saturation slider to make those shear handles pop. If so it may have been better to go the other way and fade them out slightly to match the gloves a bit more.

Hope this has been of help, feel free to PM me with any questions.

Susan
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Gary and Gypsy Standing Guard
10/13/2015 08:07:35 PM
Gary and Gypsy Standing Guard
by BEL_Clark

Comment by grahamgator:
Beautifully composed.
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Gary and Gypsy Standing Guard
10/13/2015 07:48:56 PM
Gary and Gypsy Standing Guard
by BEL_Clark

Comment by vawendy:
Love the shot. Not sure of the processing. Wish the crop wasn't so close to the dog's head (the one on the right), or maybe even closer, or something... Yet there's something memorizing about it.
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Gary and Gypsy Standing Guard
10/11/2015 08:36:29 AM
Gary and Gypsy Standing Guard
by BEL_Clark

Comment by tate:
innocuous and perfect for the challenge. Could get nitpicky about focus and comp - but the overall feel is great. 8
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