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Old Aug 28, 2010, 8:53 PM   #1
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A friend was pleased about some photos I took of her and her horse, so she asked me to take some of her dog as well. Please let me know what you think.
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Old Aug 29, 2010, 1:22 AM   #2
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the pictures are nice especially the 2 and 3 but there seems to be a lot of noise


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Think your Friend will love the pics, I like them.
In 1 I like the connection with your Friend to the dog, The way she looks and with the smile makes me think she loves him very much.
I notice the noise on your friends jeans in 2 but am sure one of the programs would get rid of that nicely.
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Yeah, they're a little bit noisy. It's either high detail or low noise, and since you can't have both I generally opt for detail, but that's more noise than I like. Given another chance, I'd probably do things a little differently.

I think Nelson is about 10, and she's had him since he was a pup.
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border collie/husky/great dane?
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Great shots I really like the last two but the first would always be among the rest if they were my own as well.. Pets are so family.... its hard to see em go as well....
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