Marmite Puppy Portrait

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I picked up a new to me 85mm 1.8G yesterday and was just having a test in garden this morning when our puppy (now 16 weeks old) managed to sit long enough for me to fire off a couple of shots, I had not changed settings from last time I was out for wildlife so massively overexposed but really liked it so did an extra vignette to complete it.

I know it will not be to everyone’s taste but I really liked it (maybe I’m biased as its my puppy)

Baxter Portrait - Overexposed for effect
by Adam Sibbald, on Flickr
 

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Not for me.
That's too beautiful a dog to be in this style of image.
 
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Hmmm! High key type portrait used with a dog?

I clicked "like" because it does have some appeal..........though taming(no pun intended;) ) it in post to reveal a bit more of the dogs features but keeping the high key exposure might improve it. I perceive that there would be some owners who having had Venture portraits of themselves and like the look could be customers for this "look".
 
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Allen
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Even the dog looks sad with droopy eyes :(
 
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Hi Ho Silver away !
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I picked up a new to me 85mm 1.8G yesterday and was just having a test in garden this morning when our puppy (now 16 weeks old) managed to sit long enough for me to fire off a couple of shots, I had not changed settings from last time I was out for wildlife so massively overexposed but really liked it so did an extra vignette to complete it.

I know it will not be to everyone’s taste but I really liked it (maybe I’m biased as its my puppy)

Baxter Portrait - Overexposed for effect
by Adam Sibbald, on Flickr

The main thing is that you are happy with it, nice looking puppy too.
 
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