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The Nose
10/08/2016 06:13:59 PM
The Nose
by tylskie

Comment by snaffles:
Greetings from the Critique Club!

Cute shot, decent attempt at composition. The shallow dof works to accentuate the nose details, and the dog's eyes are buggy and cute (kudos for not using a flash and blinding doggy) but this shot needs a lot of work.

The colours are quite muddy, the nose isn't tack-sharp, and the whitish area behind the dog's head detracts greatly. Shooting something as unpredictable and likely to move with a shutter speed of only 1/40 rarely works well. Some kind of light bounced in to show off the dog a bit more, and would allow you to shoot with a lower ISO and higher shutter speed...all of which should help you get a much clearer shot.

Feel free to PM me with any questions,

Susan
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The Nose
10/08/2016 02:27:00 AM
The Nose
by tylskie

Comment by tnun:
engagingly silly, but why not? have dog, have lens...
The Nose
10/02/2016 08:28:04 PM
The Nose
by tylskie

Comment by Abra:
This works very nicely for me. Even though the focus is strikingly strict to the nose, the eyes still tells the story giving the whole image meaning. And it's a fun shot.
Danish Days
09/30/2016 11:46:07 PM
Danish Days
by tylskie

Comment by posthumous:
i think this is a good street portrait. the exposure seems correct for the backlighting.
Danish Days
09/30/2016 08:17:45 AM
Danish Days
by tylskie

Comment by sidpixel:
Hello from the critique club

An appealing image that meets the challenge well.

Hello Erin, hope your enjoying DPC? Well you certainly found an interesting character here didn't you, well spotted! In terms of the challenge it is clearly a street scene and what a hat she is certain to get noticed and get her message across dressed like that, good for her! Although the lighting is quite harsh and contrasty you have managed to retain good detail. Your choice of aperture has isolated her nicely from the soft focus background. Generally a good attempt keep at it Erin.
Danish Days
09/25/2016 09:13:28 PM
Danish Days
by tylskie

Comment by pixelpig:
she wears the hat very well indeed
The Otherworldliness of Alamagordo
09/06/2016 12:24:28 PM
The Otherworldliness of Alamagordo
by tylskie

Comment by sidpixel:
Hello from the critique club

An interesting image that meets the challenge well.

Welcome to DPC Erin and what a way to start! This is a great composition with the emphasis well and truly on the flower against the white sands and rich blue sky it works really well. I might have been tempted to put the flower on the lower right third hotspot but it still works here. Part of me wishes I could see all of the shadow and its a shame the sands are not undisturbed the feeling of total isolation would have been complete then. I like what you’ve done here and look forward to seeing more entried from you soon, well done Erin
The Otherworldliness of Alamagordo
09/05/2016 07:39:09 PM
The Otherworldliness of Alamagordo
by tylskie

Comment by Ja-9:
I'll be curious where this is (states/abroad)....looks like sugar sand
The Otherworldliness of Alamagordo
09/03/2016 08:07:31 PM
The Otherworldliness of Alamagordo
by tylskie

Comment by pixelpig:
Somebody should call the Sierra Club , alert them to all the wonderful photos in this challenge. It's truly amazing. What a beautiful planet we have to live on. Thanks for posting this shot.
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