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Monday, May 08, 2006

no barking


Nikon D70 @ 40mm, 1/100 sec, f/8, ISO 200


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I'm trying hard to like this one, but thought I'd post it anyway to hear your thoughts.

7 Comments:

Blogger rocketcat said...

I don't know, but if you want thoughts...it feels pretty "closed," which has nothing to do with the actual picture but what you see...Makes me kinda sad. Makes sense?

1:27 am, May 09, 2006  
Blogger Azhar said...

I'm not really happy with it - it's a great shot - but not upto your personal standard I feel - none the less - GREAT SHOT!

2:14 am, May 09, 2006  
Blogger Fawkes said...

Woof

9:51 am, May 09, 2006  
Anonymous Paul said...

I think you should crop the shot at the top of the window frames, lose just that extra little bit of the top windows to make it more symetrical. I do like the 'No Barking', I guess someone modified that for all the dogs in the area!

9:08 pm, May 09, 2006  
Blogger Focus on the Grain said...

Hi. I think you have a great sense of subtle color. Don't know if you do that in computer or not, but I am guessing that you do. I think your strength is that your shots are like those that a black and white photographer negative might take, strong on composition and heavy on emotion. That is a great talent! I like the shot.

10:56 pm, May 09, 2006  
Blogger Focus on the Grain said...

That comment should have read black and white negative photographer, as opposed to a digital photographer....sorry!

11:41 pm, May 09, 2006  
Blogger John said...

Rocketcat: I know what you mean about the closed feeling... I think it's because of the fairly tight (and almost arbitrary) crop. It does have quite an unsettling feel to it, but I quite like that it has that effect :)

azhar: THANKS

Fawkes: I wondered who'd be the first to say that :)

Focus on the Grain: Thanks a lot, that's probably the biggest compliment I could ask for!

11:16 pm, May 10, 2006  

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