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Whom the gods would destroy, they first give Airedales
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Posted By: CreationBear, 06-13-2017, 11:57 AM

A last minute Maisie picture to burn through my first roll of Velvia 50--not the preferred medium for puppies (especially with a CPL) so it's a little soft, but the colors really make me happy.



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This is a great example of a photograph that has technical things wrong with it, but is great art in spite of (or because of?) it. Thanks for sharing!
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This is a great example of a photograph that has technical things wrong with it, but is great art in spite of (or because of?) it. Thanks for sharing!
I tend to agree.......
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Ha, thanks gents--Maisie really needs a Nikon D5 to do her justice at times, but the "daguerreotype" softness here maybe captures a bit of her sweet personality.

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I really like the photograph. They are a classy breed and this shot captures a nice expression. Colors are fantastic.
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Colors are fantastic

Ha, thanks! Maisie is mostly a goof (when she's not being a reciprocating saw) but she does break out a soulful expression from time to time.


As for colors, this was my first roll of Velvia 50--definitely magical to see on a light table.
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QuoteOriginally posted by CreationBear Quote
A last minute Maisie picture to burn through my first roll of Velvia 50--not the preferred medium for puppies (especially with a CPL) so it's a little soft, but the colors really make me happy.


I agree, the colors really define this shot- to the point where the softness doesn't take away from it. Well done!


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This is a great example of a photograph that has technical things wrong with it, but is great art in spite of (or because of?) it. Thanks for sharing!

Well said.
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First and foremost I am a dog lover. This photograph tends to remind me why. Well executed my friend, great job.

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Thanks for the comments, gents...if nothing else, the green's make me miss summer (if not the mowing) all the more.
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