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September 30, 2006
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Chups by spyed Chups by spyed
My favorite past time is photographing Bentley. And once you get him to sit for one, he really does enjoy sitting for a lot more. You can get him to pose for hours, it's hilarious.

At the same time, I'm not saying I'm good at it, I can't even figure out how to get this red tint issue resolved. Well, at least not until recently.

This particular photo shows off my favorite Bentley feature; his (what we call) "chups" :P

They droop in this really funny way and make his nose really expressive.

Ah I thought I'd share. If you guys like him, I can share more. I think I've taken about 1500 photographs of Bentley over the past year or so.

Incase you're wondering. Bentley is my 1 year old English Setter and among the best of friends you could ever ask for.
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SkippyJr Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2006   Filmographer
That's very cute,
Very nice angle of shooting,
The capturing is very good one,
I really liked this work.
originalaffluence Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2006
o.o i want a pink dog
LawrenceDeDark Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2006
fourteenthstar Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2006
more!! more!!

I was wondering when you'd post more of him :aww:

He's grown heaps since I last saw a pic of him, so adorable :)
JaninaZ Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2006
He's the subject of my journal shamncying attempt!
fourteenthstar Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2006
looks great! he's such a cutie :aww:

Good to see you around btw, I hear you've been busy being a lesbian ;P
JaninaZ Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2006
haha! so i have!! :P
interfeci Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2006
doggy! =p
killertoothbrush Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2006   Photographer
Inebriantia Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2006  Professional Photographer
Hello there Angelo!

I already explained you what was causing the red tint in your photos. It is extremely easy to correct with the "adjust colour balance" tool. All you have to do is to slide the "magenta/green" slider more to the green side, in shadows, midtones and highlights. Try it for 5 minutes and you'll get the results preety fast.

Anyway, since it's better to avoid the magenta cast right out of the camera, than you should check your white balance adjustment in your camera. Put it into automatic mode, and if it still delivers magenta images, then use the WB presets according to the light conditions ("sunny" preset in bright sunny days, etc...).

Perhaps I'll use one of your photos in my new Constructive Critique Project journals. Who knows? :)
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