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Old Oct 14, 2010, 7:24 PM   #1
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My dog has to get into the act every time someone has a birthday. Oh he got pizza, cake and ice cream. Really mistreated.

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Old Oct 14, 2010, 7:53 PM   #2
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Nice sharp pic of your dog Hawg...........from the looks of his nose, he's had enough Pizza I think.
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Winner! Oh, the cruelty involved, though - forcing all that food down his throat..
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Thanks for the comments guys! Emptyquiver, his nose is naturally that color. It started out black and has been turning red ever since...

Gary, I have to tell you he doesn't get that kind of food often, maybe two or three times a year, but he would like it every day!
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Haaa! Amazing pick. Love it. You really got a perfect exposure.
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Really great shot! Great lighting.
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Lovely picture of your boy Robert, Looks so sharp and detailed, Looks like he's having a great time.
Only last night I was reading some of your posts and 1 said you take lots of pics of your dog. I was going to reply and ask to see one but got called away. Great to see him, he looks so well.
I',m amazed at the clarity and colors of your indoor pics, mine are usually grainy and muddy.
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Haaa! Amazing pick. Love it. You really got a perfect exposure.
Thanks Ordo, but I can't take all the credit. PSE helps immensely!
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Really great shot! Great lighting.
Thanks, John, for the kind words. Again, the PP helps loads with lighting discrepancies, as long as they're not severe. lol
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Lovely picture of your boy Robert, Looks so sharp and detailed, Looks like he's having a great time.
Only last night I was reading some of your posts and 1 said you take lots of pics of your dog. I was going to reply and ask to see one but got called away. Great to see him, he looks so well.
I',m amazed at the clarity and colors of your indoor pics, mine are usually grainy and muddy.
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Hi, Mark, thanks again for your kind critique.. I am not overly ambitious, but I have a few, and one is to make my dog's life as pleasant as I can for the relatively short time I will have him. He's my best friend, if you don't believe me, just ask HIM LOL. Mark, I have hundreds of pics of him (andeverything else) on my flickr site, just click on the link in my "signature". There are a lot of boring and downright bad pictures there, also. HaHa.

Your pics of Spud looked very sharp and clear to me, not muddy. And your landscapes are very nice, not grainy or muddy. Of course, the grain is probably high iso. The muddy is probably low contrast, all fixabe in post processing...
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