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natalka9


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Challenge: Pet Portrait II (Advanced Editing V*)
Camera: Canon EOS-350D Rebel XT
Lens: Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6
Location: street walk
Date: Dec 9, 2006
Aperture: 4.5
ISO: 100
Shutter: 100
Date Uploaded: Dec 9, 2006

Funny little animal, with freightening face and scared eyes

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Place: 309 out of 378
Avg (all users): 4.8980
Avg (commenters): 4.2857
Avg (participants): 4.7874
Avg (non-participants): 5.0078
Views since voting: 588
Views during voting: 353
Votes: 255
Comments: 8
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01/06/2007 04:07:50 PM
Thanks for all the replys, they r very helpfull :)
I've croped not nessesary things and left only the funny dog.
And I made use of all your advices: showed more details of dog, canceled blurring.
It's a pitty I cannot replace it here and show u - now it looks much-much better.
 Comments Made During the Challenge
12/19/2006 05:35:09 PM
Good capture
  Photographer found comment helpful.
12/18/2006 06:27:56 AM
5 - Odd. Not sure if it is lens or pp, the effect does work in an odd way, but for this Challenge - hm, not sure. Does work in an odd way. Up to 5 from 4. Bigger would have helped.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
12/16/2006 08:44:04 AM
To me, a portrait has controlled lighting and setting. This seems more of a snapshot. The car and leg do not add anything to the photo, and I would like to be able to see more detail of the dog.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
12/14/2006 07:40:46 PM
What an adorable little dog! Very cute.

As for the technical aspects of the picture, there could be some improvement....this comes across as a snapshot taken without consideration for the "scene". I see that you have tried to blur out the surrounding distracting elements, but it is best to position yourself so that they don't even appear in the shot at all unless they contribute to the shot in a meaningful way.

Hope that helps! :)
  Photographer found comment helpful.
12/14/2006 11:39:32 AM
i like how all of the photo except the dog is blurry
  Photographer found comment helpful.
12/13/2006 07:37:02 AM
interesting use of blur and soft focus to highlight the subject
  Photographer found comment helpful.
12/13/2006 03:26:14 AM
Why not crop tighter instead of blurring everything out? I find it distracting when blur should be getting rid of distractions.
  Photographer found comment helpful.


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