Is she holding a dismembered hand against her belly? The dog probably thinks it’s for him which is why he’s watching so intently.
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The processing… oh my god my eyes are bleeding.
That’s even more awful than my shots. And that’s really hard to do.
I just don’t understand the concept of this image. Is the dog helping with the delivery?
He’s patiently waiting for the placenta.
That is truly and utterly awful. Why?
I am baffled by this photo. What is the relationship of the dog to the pregnancy belly? What did the fauxtog see in this photo that is utterly escaping me?
this is probably the worst photo i ever saw. I don’t see a watermark, so maybe it was just someone playing around trying to be artsy and wasn’t actually getting paid for this.
I guess if I could try to imagine the concept, the family is anxiously awaiting a ball of flesh baby, and their canine baby is also part of the family. Otherwise it’s just a horrid accidental picture that they thought they could use all the features of their photo manipulation program and turn it into something creative.. *barf*
oops.. edit> I DO see the watermark … blacked out. Wish I could have lol
This is HDR processing gone very wrong (look at the lighter halo around the dog, sure sign of HDR)
This is an example of just about everything gone wrong. I dare anyone to tell me one thing that is “right” with it. I agree with Hubert above. This hurts my eyes almost to the point of bleeding. Thank you for the pain, faux, whoever you are.
The halo could be caused by many things, including an unsharp mask. Yet another fauxtographer who thinks he’s above the people who get posted on this site.
That dingo’s gonna eat their baby.
There’s the “I would have never posted it”, photos, and the “I would have deleted it on-camera” photos, but THIS…is a “Why’d I even bother taking the lens cap off” kind of shot.
Even if the focus, DoF, lighting and WB had been spot-on…just…WHY?
The only thing this shot is missing is a thought bubble for the dog that reads “I call dibs on the placenta!”
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