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Cat with double chin from side view)

(Dog from side view)

The third image on the right is the cat's front profile and it includes its neck (a part of which is hidden from the side by the head), which you can see from the two other images.

If you look at the image on the right, you can see that the top (left) edge of the cat's head reaches to the bottom of the chin (bottom left). This makes the image on the left look like it's tilted forward. The neck (and part of the head) should have more length (and overlap the top of the head) in the image on the right.

For the example, I can't tell if you've made any of these mistakes yourself (or are showing them to the OP) but these are all common mistakes that I see all the time.

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These are simple mistakes or omissions to make them understandable, and they are:

The perspective in the photograph is from slightly above to slightly below the cat's chin, not below as most people think when thinking of a photograph in three-quarter view.

The perspective in the photograph is from slightly above to slightly below the cat's neck and top half of its head, not from slightly above to slightly below the cat's bottom half of its head.

Most importantly, the perspective in the photograph is from slightly above to slightly below the cat's entire head, not just half of the head.

I have seen an even bigger problem. People tend to focus on the top half of the head, and that is where the biggest problem is, and the rest of the head is not important.

The perspective in the photograph is from slightly above to slightly below the cat's top half of the head, but from slightly below to slightly above the cat's bottom half of the head.

Most importantly, the perspective in the photograph is from slightly above to slightly below the cat's head, not from slightly above to slightly below the cat's neck.

Most people will take the photograph from above the cat, instead of from below the cat, even though the former will produce a better photograph.

People tend to focus on the top half of the cat's head.

People tend to focus on the bottom half of the cat's head.

Most people will tend to focus on the neck (left side).

For an example of the problem in your case:

People would have a problem getting past the nose when trying to understand the problem.

People would have a problem getting past the neck when trying to understand the problem.

People would tend to focus on the belly (left side).

So, what does this mean for the photograph?

At first glance, the cat seems to be lying.

When you take a closer look at the belly, it appears that it could be the stomach, since it is big.

The problem: The belly (in the photograph) seems to be the left shoulder of the cat.

In other words, the left shoulder of the cat looks a lot like the bottom half of the head, and the left shoulder is not important.

When people look at the photograph, they will pay more attention to the top half of the head, instead of the bottom half.

At first glance, the cat seems to be standing.

The problem: The left shoulder seems to be the top half of the head, not the bottom half.

In other words, the left shoulder is more important than the head.

When people look at the photograph, they will focus on the left shoulder (rather than the head).

That is the problem: People will focus on the left shoulder.

At first glance, the cat seems to be "sitting" down.

The problem: The left shoulder is too big.

In other words, the left shoulder is too big, and therefore takes up more space than it should.

When people look at the photograph, they will focus on the left shoulder (rather than the cat).

The solution: The photograph is too big.

The shoulder is too big, so you should consider decreasing the size of the photograph, instead of just cropping the bottom half of the cat (because of the problem listed above).

If you decrease the size of the photograph, then the solution is even easier.

Just crop the top half of the cat.

The solution to the problem is easy.

At first glance, the cat seems to be on its side.

The problem: The right shoulder is too big.

In other words, the right shoulder is taking up too much space.

When people look at the photograph, they will focus on the right shoulder (rather than the cat).

The solution: The photograph is too big.

The right shoulder is too big, so you should consider decreasing the size of the photograph, instead of just cropping the top half of the cat (because of the problem listed above).

If you decrease the size of the photograph, then the solution is even easier.

Just crop the bottom half of the cat.

The solution to the problem is easy.

At first glance, the cat seems to be sitting down.

The problem: The body is too short.

In other words, the body is too short, and the tl is just "hanging" off the right leg.

When people look at the photograph, they will focus on the tl (rather than the cat).

The solution: The photograph is too small.

The body is too short, and the tl is just "hanging" off the right leg.

Since the body is too short, you need to stretch it out.

To make the body shorter, you must zoom in so you can see the whole body.

If you zoom in, you will see that the body is too short.

The solution: The photograph is too small.

The body is too short, and the tl is just "hanging" off the right leg.

Since the body is too short, you need to stretch it out.

To make the body shorter, you must zoom in so you can see the whole body.

If you zoom in, you will see that the body is too short.

The solution: The photograph is too small.

The body is too short, and the tl is just "hanging" off the right leg.

Since the body is too short, you need to stretch it out.

To make the body shorter, you must zoom in so you can see the whole body.

If you zoom in, you will see that the body is too short.


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