D.Q. and Friends

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    • #420431
      Lenny Wollitz
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      These doors lead to an auto body shop.  They are usually open and not as interesting as when closed.  I have shot them several times in the past but there was something missing.  I think the dog helps.  He could have done a better job of posing but was not happy with me in his space/face and let me know it right after this shot.  1/250, f3.2, iso 100

    • #420483
      John Thompson
      Moderator

      And here’s me thinking it would be a pic of a Dairy Queen.

      • #420807
        beth
        Participant

        me too.  i was all set for some soft serve.

    • #420505
      Lenny Wollitz
      Participant

      Ha, ha, ha!  John, DQ sounds good, it’s over 120F heat index here.  Sounds like a plan to go the the mall and walk abound in the air conditioning and have a dilly bar.

    • #420506
      Rob Eyers
      Participant

      I agree the dog completes it Lenny. The fact that the doors aren’t squared up bugs me but hey that’s just me. Maybe for others that would be it’s charm. I’m going to stick to my point of using transform distort to get the door squared up which would leave the pavers and dog the none leveled part thus bringing more attention. That’s all I’ve got…good catch.

    • #420623
      Lenny Wollitz
      Participant

      Hey Rob, it’s kinda fun to color outside of the lines.  Take a walk on the wild side!

    • #420719
      Petr Nowak
      Participant

      Yes, the dog adds something to it. It is looking to Sancho Panza definitely… 🙂

    • #420753
      Falxy
      Participant

      Hi Lenny 🙂

      Yeah the dog makes it………….so why make the background dominate.

      I would crop for canine domination………….to me you have gone for both worlds…………still like it man!!

      tequila rools!! 🙂

    • #420808
      beth
      Participant

      the dog makes this photo.  great find and excellent job pulling off the shot.  since this is the st the only thing i’d suggest is to square your photo up a little more before shooting next time.  just a few steps to the right and shoot the door straight on so you don’t have the diagonal line in there.

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