Jeri Conklin  


Ginny All Four Off! by Jeri Conklin

August 2019 - Ginny All Four Off!

About the Image(s)

Here is my photo for August. It is not your usual photo and I'm not sure there is an interest in it. However, from a technical aspect, to be able to catch all four feet off the ground in a stop action run thrills me.

Shot with Nikon D5300, 1/1000, F5.3, 240 mm, ISO 800. I guess I just want to know if there is anything of photographic interest in the photo itself. How I could improve it, what angle might make it more appealing? I didn't vignette it.


4 comments posted

Rick Finney   Rick Finney
Dear Jeri: To see the image better put it into full screen. For the fun of it I ran your image through TopazStudio's AI Clear, AI denoise, Sharpen AI, and AI Adjust and picked a filter that warmed it up. Also I did a vignette and then stroked it to set it off from the black background. Final comment AI sharpen sharpened it a bit too much ... I should have toned the effect down a bit. Just an idea! anyway it is a fun image!   Posted: 08/12/2019 13:52:55
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Jeri Conklin
I like what you did, highlights the dog. Of course she is going away from me and not the best angle, but with all four off the ground and the dust kick up behind, I like it. Thank you.   Posted: 08/12/2019 13:59:02

Charles Wood   Charles Wood
My eye is drawn to the object coming from the dog's neck out into the space to left of his head. Looks like a power cord or part of a leash? I cannot tell for sure what it is but it seems to me that the image would be improved if that was removed along with the black tongue shaped object coming off his/her right shoulder. It would look just fine to me if those things were removed.   Posted: 08/13/2019 14:20:31
Jeri Conklin
Thank you Charles. The object on the left is the GPS (global positioning Antenna) and the right black object is the tongue of the collar. I could possibly remove the right side, but to remove the antenna - a hunter would object to the authenticity of the whole package (dog/collars) I suspect. I do see what you mean though, and perhaps because I see it 24/7 as part of the dog, I didn't notice it. There is a branch right in front of it, if that branch were gone, would it change your perspective?   Posted: 08/13/2019 15:56:35

 

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