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Old May 17, 2008, 11:00 AM   #1
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Here is a small dog beside a 14 inch garden statue.
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Old May 17, 2008, 11:05 PM   #2
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That's great, you even have the Gnome looking at the dog. Though the dog doesn't look to be as happy as the Gnome.
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This was a funny shooting. Originally the dog and gnome were on a sheet of glass which was on a black drop sheet on top of the grass outside. Also a black dropsheet behind them. Well, the dog kept slipping off so didnt like being on the glass which was on a bit of a slope. At some point the gnome fell over and scared the bejeesus out of the dog. After that it didnt trust the gnome not to attack again. I took away the glass and the two of them now were just on the drop sheet. When everything was done I just darkened up the black drop sheets and added the reflections as though they were still on the glass. The mistrusting look in the face of the dog was quite natural.
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This was a funny shooting. Originally the dog and gnome were on a sheet of glass which was on a black drop sheet on top of the grass outside. Also a black dropsheet behind them. Well, the dog kept slipping off so didnt like being on the glass which was on a bit of a slope. At some point the gnome fell over and scared the bejeesus out of the dog. After that it didnt trust the gnome not to attack again. I took away the glass and the two of them now were just on the drop sheet. When everything was done I just darkened up the black drop sheets and added the reflections as though they were still on the glass. The mistrusting look in the face of the dog was quite natural.
Dangerous gnome,that! How funny - my dogs (the puppies) would have likely eaten your gnome because it was not moving. They are teething.

It is a very nicely balancedshot and the dog is a little cutie!



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