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    DefaultBest picture?

    Hello,
    please give me your oppinions on this pictures.
    I need to select a few for Jessy's page on the website.
    This is a 13 months female, that I co-own.
    Today I will get some headshots from the photographer and
    I will post them too.
    Thank you.








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    DefaultRe: Best picture?

    I like the last one best.


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    DefaultRe: Best picture?

    thank you.
    it can be more than one picture.
    here are the rest of the photos.



    head shot 1




    head shot 2


    head shot 3


    head shot 4



    head shot 5


    head shot 6

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    DefaultRe: Best picture?

    Third one for me
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    DefaultRe: Best picture?

    thank you, and from the head shots??

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    DefaultRe: Best picture?

    Head shot 4
    Profile 4 or the first one you have with the head shots. (The first 3 profile shots, her feet look too angled out.)

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    DefaultRe: Best picture?

    Head shot #5 or the 3rd one with the red background. You can see the eyes. In the others, the eyes are too dark.


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    DefaultRe: Best picture?

    I don't think the way she is stacked is doing her justice. She needs to either be taught to stack or be hand stacked with her hocks parallel and vertical to the ground. She looks cow hocked in most of those pictures - probably due to positioning rather than structure. She's also standing east-west at the front in most of them.

    The head shots are nice but if these pictures are to go on a website where people will be looking at your breeding stock (or someone elses!!) then I would take more photos with her in a better position.

    She is a pretty girl though Lots of nice things about her for a young bitch.

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    DefaultRe: Best picture?

    I agree, keep trying and the red is too much of a background

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    DefaultRe: Best picture?

    I don't mean anything negative about this comment, but I would keep trying to get "that perfect photo." You had posted a photo of her when first considering her I think, that seemed to capture her much better. These all seem to be taken from the front, which makes her rear look small, her chest look lacking, and her body look unbalanced overall. I think she's a better girl than these portray her as.

    I like the red, but with the contrast on her light yellow coloring, the camera seems to be washing out the photos. Maybe try to get some early, early in the morning (without direct sunlight) or late afternoon/evening just as the sun is starting to set (again, without direct sunlight)? Having 2 light yellows myself, it can be difficult to otherwise get photos of them outside in bright light without the photos coming out to "contrasty." So, I understand completely...

    Anyhow, I would keep trying for "that perfect picture." Try getting photos from her directly from the side (at a 90-degree angle to her), while keeping the camera down to the level of the point of her shoulder or so. And, being that she's a youngster, if she is standing with her toes all pointing in different directions, perhaps try taking some of her in the grass for now until she learns to stand properly?

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