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  Mini#32 Monochrome, 2016
Entry 7 of 28
   
 
Half Enough of a Good Thing       ©2016 jomari
Panasonic DMC-FZ70       7th place, 122 points
1/250s, f5.4, ISO 200, 173mm, Landscape, Pattern, no flash
 
Post-Processing: A charcoal filter at reduced strength and a bit of cloning out stray white pixels and 'healing' a white hair scar that she has on her hindquarters.       Extra Info: Tisa is my elderly vizsla - 13 this year. She just loves lazing in the sun on her beat up old chair. We nearly lost her with some mysterious and sudden, prostrating illness, about 6 months ago, but with some anti-biotics she made a miraculous recovery.
 
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johncomyn
Mar 7, 2016
    I like the harsh lighting here, and nice control of the shadows and highlights.

Anthony Comyn
Mar 6, 2016
    Lovely, Love it.... Normally the shadow would bother me, but you handled this very well!

Elyod
Mar 6, 2016
    Let sleeping dogs lie.

kerszkavet
Mar 6, 2016
    great exposure - this must have been tough to get right

Lo
Mar 5, 2016
    There's contentment!. A lovely portrait of this beautiful old dog. great detail and texture, perfect exposure.

aoc46
Mar 5, 2016
    Interesting portrait. The contrast between the two sides of the diagonal dark-light division seems to suggest the "resurrection" the dog has experienced.

Jade O.
Mar 5, 2016
    Artistic shot. Great use of light even though the shadow line is a bit harsh, it works in monotone.

elliott
Mar 5, 2016
    great shot of tisa with shadow dividing the composition.

forkcandles
Mar 4, 2016
    I like the shadow work here. it shows the age of the animal and the sense of a life coming to end but not just yet.
the one eye half opening shows the alertness is still there

ysal
Mar 4, 2016
    I really like the diagonal shadow. I just wish there weren't all that clutter under the dog.

dk
Mar 4, 2016
    lovely dog and so evocative of why they (usually) bring us peace. I like the diagonal lighting effect - great interest-adder. Consider that scar part of her life, albeit, probably not a pleasant part (I would have liked it left in).
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