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    Italian Greyhounds

    I cannot decide which is better--the B&W or the color version. By the way, I consider this one of my better doggie photos of 2011. http://goo.gl/lXK4q
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    Definitely the color version for me.

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    I like the color version better.

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    Color...so hard to shoot my IGs. Well done.

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    Re: Italian Greyhounds

    Those are both great, but I agree with the others: colour

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    Re: Italian Greyhounds

    Bob, I really like the color. If there were more separation between the dog's heads, emphasizing the repeated silhouette, then the B&W version might be a stronger contender. See the rough edit attached. This is coming from someone with very little formal art education, so YMMV.

    I'm sure it was a chore to pose this duo, so whether it would have been possible to attain a similar framing in-camera is dependent on the depth of both your patience and doggy treat bag.

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    Re: Italian Greyhounds

    Quote Originally Posted by NotXorc View Post
    Bob, I really like the color. If there were more separation between the dog's heads, emphasizing the repeated silhouette, then the B&W version might be a stronger contender. See the rough edit attached. This is coming from someone with very little formal art education, so YMMV.

    I'm sure it was a chore to pose this duo, so whether it would have been possible to attain a similar framing in-camera is dependent on the depth of both your patience and doggy treat bag.
    Parts of the puzzle. Thanks for sharing your work.
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