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Thread: Never judging a labs weight from a pic again!

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    Senior Member GaryJ's Avatar
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    The link Wayne posted is spot on. You need the light to take away the shadows on the black object. Use your flash on the camera even on a sunny day. You may need to get closer depending on the intensity of your flash.

    This technique works on people too like when they are wearing a cap and their face is shaded or the sun is one 1 side and the other side of their face is in a shadow.

    If anyone tries this please post how your pics turned out or better yet post your pic.
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    [attach=config]14394[/attach auto cannon 60 d more light for blavk dog, photo shop will bring some light in also. Also lot of pictures, you may have to take 100 pix to get that great one.
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