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This is a discussion on the eyes have it within the General photography forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; Originally Posted by marko Tegan and MF have good suggestions for the brightness, but your instinct was bang on TT, ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by marko View Post
    Tegan and MF have good suggestions for the brightness, but your instinct was bang on TT, the dog image and the dog's eyes are blurry.
    For me, that means it's an image killer.... or it's time to play and turn it into something vastly different.

    GORGEOUS dog though - ooooozing sweet cuteness.
    Sorry, to contradict you, but you are both wrong. After being brightened, they do not look at all blurry.

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    Sorry, to contradict you, but you are both wrong. After being brightened, they do not look at all blurry.
    I disagree. Still blurry to me. Better, but still blurry. That's it for me on this point tegan.

    I'd just like to add that getting the eyes sharp and bright in camera is far superior and a better practice to artificial brightening and or sharpening.
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    I can't thank you all enough for such good tips/advice. I will post something after a shoot this weekend of a pre-schooler and baby... Hopefully, I will have learned something! And, thanks for the sweet comments on my grandpuppy! Marley and Zoe (Zoe is Marley's sister - a golden retriever that the kids adopted along with Marley, the boxer) are both adorable, precious and make their parents very, very happy...Just for fun, here is a picture of Zoe, Marley, my daughter Paige and her honey, Eric at their new little house that they just bought ... *they are nesting!!!*: This shot is straight form the camera, so no picking on it. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by marko View Post
    I disagree. Still blurry to me. Better, but still blurry. That's it for me on this point tegan.

    I'd just like to add that getting the eyes sharp and bright in camera is far superior and a better practice to artificial brightening and or sharpening.
    No one can tell the difference between in camera exposure and brightening in post processing particularly when it comes to the eyes so it can hardly be characterized as superior.

    So, TT, would you like to see your boxer with brighter, sharp eyes?

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