Anisotropic goldfinch

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Bob, very colorful and appealing shots.
How did you achieve these beautifully saturated colors?

I'd like the first and last better, though, if you removed the extraneous limbs from the background. I think they draw attention away from your subjects.

Virginia
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Bob, very colorful and appealing shots.
How did you achieve these beautifully saturated colors?

I'd like the first and last better, though, if you removed the extraneous limbs from the background. I think they draw attention away from your subjects.

Virginia
aka beaucamera
Thanks Virginia. I ran the original images through the velvia action in photoshop cs 2 before doing the anisotropic thing!
And I will take your advice and try to clone out the limbs in the photos.
 
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