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This is a discussion on Winston within the Critiques forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; Well I was walking up my stairs and Winston was just sitting there gazing off into space so I took ...

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    Well I was walking up my stairs and Winston was just sitting there gazing off into space so I took this quick shot of him, did a few adjustments in Lightroom and liked it, just curious if anyone else does lol.


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    Yep ... you've got that JumpingJimmyJava look happening there. I like the light/shadow which I'm guessing atracted you to the shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Aussie View Post
    Yep ... you've got that JumpingJimmyJava look happening there. I like the light/shadow which I'm guessing atracted you to the shot.

    Exactly word for word. I have to add..like the tone you added to this!

    I would of liked to have seen a little bit more of the face but that is my pref..
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    This was the second photo I took as I passed, didn't want to disturb him he was looking very content.


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    Prefer the color of the second one. What a cutie!
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    A very fitting name for such a big head! . I guess I like the second photo more because of the angle. But the first one is great too!

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    I like the 2nd shot better myself. The angle is slightly more appealing to me, as is the more subtle colour.

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    Interesting picture, but I see to much of noise in there, did you crank iso up or the initial image was underexposed?

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    I like both shots but the first one is way too dark for me. The second shot is just a bit too dark for me.

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