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Contrast - Big and Small

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    I liked the contrast between the size of these two dogs.
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    well seen asnow. I like these types of contrasting / comparative photos
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    That big dog is hard to miss. I must have been there for 15 minutes getting pictures of him with other dogs. These two pics are the best of the bunch.

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    Shot 1 - good shot.....but to make it even better........if you were there for 15 min - you could have been on your belly for 10 shots at least. Angles, baby, angles.

    Also, for 15 minutes, that big dog's head is poorly positioned.
    6 inches to the left and you'd have had the more flattering smooth toned brick behind the dog's head versus 'slicing' his head with the grey concrete ledge.
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    Thanks for your suggestions. The dogs were moving around a lot so it was difficult to get a clear shot. However, I agree I should have at least tried getting down real low for some shots.. I also agree I screwed it up a bit with the background cutting through the dog's head.

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