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I really enjoy taking pictures of my dog from "non-traditional" angles and at almost a macro level. Here is the most recent series:



I would love to see anyone's shoots :)
 

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I love your photos. I have one to share, it's different than yours are and was an accident. But it's one of my favorites.

Vegas a few years ago on the beach.
 
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I love your photos. I have one to share, it's different than yours are and was an accident. But it's one of my favorites.

Vegas a few years ago on the beach.
Thank you. I love this one! It looks so tranquil.
 

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I hope this was okay, I really loved the picture so I did a quick edit with it (nothing fancy) :).
 

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I like that. The photo looks better, did you just lighten it?
Yeah I adjusted the exposure slightly, popped up the contrast a little bit, and did some dodging and burning in Photoshop. (some quick 5 minute changes that can get some awesome results).
 

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Oops!!!
 

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I only have a point n shoot camera but you can do amazing things with SuperPhoto...........and it's free!
AND VERY ADDICTIVE!! LOL!

















 

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Very good photos :)

Here is few odd angles back from when Ella was about 5 months old. We were visiting my grandmother and took late evening walk in old castle/fort ruins (built in 14th century) . It`s located on top of a high hill and has gorgeous view on valley below. It was a beautiful sunset.

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ps the bubbles are 21st century
 
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