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Discussion in 'Birds' started by tektite, Aug 6, 2008.
I certainly like your sense of humor with the title and you did a great job of not blowing out the whites on this icy scene. It is very difficult to have several birds in the frame and make it work, but most of the individuals here are interesting to see, each in their own worlds and with their own expression.
One thing that might have made this shot stronger is if you could have avoided having partial birds (for example, the one on top with the head chopped off :wink but yes, I know it is very hard to compose a shot like this! Well done on the main characters.
i like it a lot
Very funny! I like it!
with your PRIOR PERMISSION..... i'd love to post a redo i did here... for fun, with photoshop cs2.
but... i will NOT post it, unless you give me the OK, FIRST
if you would rather not see it.... i understand
Go for it Greg.
i appreciate the opportunity to show you these:
first: a redo of your shot without "special effects":
then: a bit of fun with "posterization" in PS CS2:
thanks, once again, for letting me post these here
you took the great shot.... i was just tweaking them a little bitg
in the first image
shadows and highlights
increase the contrast a bit
increased the color saturation
Interesting! I like the first version, not keen on the posterization. Just got CS3 for the Mac.
Thanks for the images and useful info.
you are welcome, gary
i'm not thrilled with the posterization here, either
good luck with the CS3....
the key is to spend a lot of time getting to know that powerful program
you can truly do anything you want with it
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