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Challenge: Romance (Basic Editing III)
Camera: Canon Digital IXUS 300
Location: portland
Date: Jan 25, 2006
Galleries: Humorous, Animals
Date Uploaded: Jan 26, 2006

doggy romance

Place: 128 out of 131
Avg (all users): 3.0655
Avg (commenters): 2.7083
Avg (participants): 2.5156
Avg (non-participants): 3.1882
Views since voting: 782
Views during voting: 444
Votes: 351
Comments: 24
Favorites: 0

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 Comments Made During the Challenge
02/07/2006 08:11:35 PM
Too small!!! I'm sure that's not the first time you'll hear that. Cute dogs.
02/07/2006 05:22:39 PM
Photo is too small, looks more like a snapshot than a well thought out photo
02/07/2006 11:39:49 AM
Was that taken with a webcam?
02/06/2006 05:02:28 PM
omg this is so bad it's good ya know??? such a funny candid..have to give it an 8
02/06/2006 12:39:02 PM
Too small, make sure when you upload you set the size at 640 width so you don't get this comment anymore.
02/05/2006 11:28:15 PM
Image is to small to see details.
02/05/2006 09:51:36 AM
This does not say romance to me. As a photo, this looks too much like a snapshot. Try to include all of the dog's face. Also, there is a tutorial on how to resize images, it is easier to see a larger image.
02/05/2006 04:28:49 AM
Great grin on the bigger dog.
02/04/2006 05:11:06 PM
cute, but shadowy and inconsistent coloring.
02/03/2006 08:11:12 PM
It looks like you might have a ouple of cute pups there, but the ize of the image makes it very diffiult to rate properly. I can say that the refection in the eyes is a bit disappointing.
02/03/2006 10:51:10 AM
02/03/2006 01:13:45 AM
This is a very small snapshot. I could conceivably read affection, companionship, or possibly even love into the image, but definitely not romance.
02/02/2006 05:19:33 PM
Too small shot, sorry. And the way the small dog was flashed on the eye... Don't use direct flash for animal photos, it hurts their eyes.
02/02/2006 01:12:51 AM
dark upper half of photo, dog red-eye, bright reflection from on-board flash on the leather - very small size compared with the 640 pixel allowed - make this a snapshot in my book.


Drape a sheet over the couch
wait for daylight and open the curtains to let nice diffuse light in
shoot from another 18 inches to 3 feet up

Hope you find this helpful, as was intended.
02/02/2006 12:52:52 AM
this shot really could have benefited from being a larger size.
02/01/2006 07:23:54 PM
Hahaha, Does the little one really have blue eyes?
02/01/2006 06:59:34 PM
I'm sorry but this is horrible. It was sized incorrectly, OOF, and framed poorly. 1
02/01/2006 03:58:01 PM
Size really does matter on dpc. You cannot expect voters to be able to jusge the merits of a photo they can barely see. Try for 640pxl at the longest dimension next time.
02/01/2006 02:23:32 PM
Way too smalll
02/01/2006 02:12:28 PM
Seem to be a cute couple of dogs, but image is too small to see much, please see the tutorial "Using Photoshop to Prepare Photos for DPC Challenges." More depth-of-field is needed to get Bijou in focus, and blanket is distracting.
02/01/2006 08:39:50 AM
Not very romantic (IMO)
02/01/2006 06:29:10 AM
The image could be bigger, and better lighting could have been used in place of the flash.
02/01/2006 03:41:25 AM
To small to see properly, side of dogs face cut off. Looks like a dog snapshot.
02/01/2006 03:40:34 AM
This is difficult to judge due to the small image. Pity the dog on the left has been cut off a bit.

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