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Old Jul 2, 2006, 10:05 AM   #1
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I finally managed to shoot a Jay, however, I had to enhance the colours as it was very shadowy, cropped, resized and sharpened.
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A lovely Shar Pei I met on my travels. Resized and sharpened, don't think i did anything else to this one
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Old Jul 2, 2006, 10:07 AM   #3
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A butterfly, cropped, resized and sharpened
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Squirrel having a scratch. This one was severely over exposed with lots of bleached out areas in the background so I did the best I could in Photoshop. Can't remember exactly what I did though as it was so experimental.
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No idea what this flower is but I thought it was rather stunning, resized and sharpened.
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Hey. A good one. Who cares about the minor background overexposure. The subject matter is perfectly exposed. Keep posting.

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Squirrel having a scratch. This one was severely over exposed with lots of bleached out areas in the background so I did the best I could in Photoshop. Can't remember exactly what I did though as it was so experimental.
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alison, GREAT images. wish you would keep the exif info in the file tho. what lens??

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All so nice! There's only so much you can do when facing the conditions you had with the squirrel.Whatever you did sure worked out well - its very nice.
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alison, GREAT images. wish you would keep the exif info in the file tho. what lens??

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Umm, I don't do anything to remove any exif info, wouldn't know how, I do my adjustments and just "save as" and I'm done.

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what program are you using??
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