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Dudley Hanks
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      04-12-2008
In message <pt0Mj.430$682.171@edtnps90>, Dudley Hanks
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The original was attractive enough, but I think this is rather better
for most purposes.

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      04-14-2008
Dudley Hanks <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

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As others have said, it depends a bit on what you are trying to
accomplish. Personally I think the first one is better. This one has
too much clutter, branches growing out of his ears, etc.

think 'simplicity' and always have a close eye on the background. Let
is support your image, but not diestract from it. here the house and
trees fight for attention.

Assuming you are trying for the guide-dog angle, try a picture with the
dog and the house, with no trees behind the dog. Or better yet, the dog
with a blind person. That would tell more of a story, and lead the
viewer to wonder why and what.

Another issue with this photo is that the color of the fur is too close
to the color of the field he is on. since the focus is supposed to be
on the dog, give him a good contrast to the background to have him pop
out.

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