|02/10/2009 10:13:47 PM|
by whallswoComment by C_Steve_G:
Some increased contrast, especially in the shadows could give your image some more clarity. Auto levels works well with this one.
|02/10/2009 09:22:40 PM|
by whallswoComment by pedrobop:
I like the idea and the moment you caught. I just think the colors could be better and the perspective too, i think it is a DNMC and it looks too much like a snapshot. I will give you a 2, but i think you really have a good catch of moment there. Sorry if i was rude! Good luck!
|02/10/2009 10:36:43 AM|
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|02/04/2009 01:08:10 PM|
by whallswoComment by tanguera:
How cute is this! Although I love the content, the shot looks more like a snapshot than a challenge photograph. Lack of isolation on the subject, flat lighting, distracting elements in the background and foreground.
|02/04/2009 12:00:26 PM|
by whallswoComment by MistyMucky:
I'm not sure a headshot is the best option here, one would like to know something more about the context. Needs more sharpness.
|02/04/2009 02:45:36 AM|
by whallswoComment by pastortimmr:
Wow, this couple moves fast! haha. Is it really a new friendship or are they old friends? I'm a dog person and I don't see a lot of loving introductions with cats.
The shot itself is great. The detail in the wood is fantastic, and the cats eyes are the first thing that I saw. If you can edit out that blue on the right, my eyes would be well focused on the dog/cat love going on. Overall, nice shot.
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