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Old 03-13-2012, 05:38 AM
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Assistance, composition cropping

Hi folks,
I would like to do one of the two landscape scenes below. However, the dog, who is a focal point, is nearly smack in the middle. It really bothers me.
In the long one, I could get rid of a lot of grass on the right, including most of that fun long shadow, but the dog is still somewhat in center. And if I crop off the left, I get rid of some of the interesting scenery. In the close up one, I will get rid of the pot behind the dog's head, but can't figure how to crop further.

How would you crop these?


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