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i really love this shot i took of one of my dogs the other day, i'm in no way a professional, but i adore my camera and playing around with it.
what could have i had done to improve the shot... and how in the heck would i photoshop the dust particles out? Is the lighting ok? i used a natural lightsource from behind me... with the curtain at half mast (if u will...hehe)(the front door). Any suggestions are welcome...thanks!!
oh and pls excuse my ugly dog.. hehehe.
I would clone out the dust particles, that's easy enough.
It's a great shot...the only thing that jumps out at me right away is the shadow in the bottom right hand corner...I think maybe a tighter crop would take care of that.
Hopefully others will have some insight for you too!
Lovely shot. As the other's said, cloning out the dust spots is easy enough. i think I'd probably crop in a lot closer to the dog's face both on the left hand side as you look at it and along the bottom. That way it's all dog's face and you get to see how cute it really is without any distractions