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This is a discussion on Puppy Story Board within the Critiques forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; Here's my first story-board, this is Marlee absolutely buggered after his morning walk. What do you think?...

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    Here's my first story-board, this is Marlee absolutely buggered after his morning walk. What do you think?



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    Going...Going...Gone Cute sequence.
    Not too much to Critique, maybe a shallower DOF to blur the background. I also find a border around each frame looks nice and helps separate the frames.

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    I love it!
    He's a born model!
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    I really like this Chantelle!
    Totally agree with Antz on the Bkgd, it's only slightly distracting though..... in this case I think a plain wall would have been best.
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    Thanks everyone. That's just where he ended up laying, so couldn't help the background unless I actually slide him across the floor to a different bg.

    I debated with myself about the borders between the frames, I left it with no border because I often see these story-boards with no border.

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    Very nice! I love these kind of images and sets!
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