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Old Jul 30, 2006, 1:47 AM   #1
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Lil guys don't keep still :?

All these are handheld, using 80-200 Tamron Macro Lens that older than me :lol:

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Old Jul 30, 2006, 4:25 AM   #2
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Fantastic pics. Wish I could hanhold a heavy lens that steady. Guess I need to practise more like I used to.





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Old Jul 30, 2006, 6:22 AM   #3
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really great shots. a slight levels and USM would make them pop. want an example??

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Old Jul 30, 2006, 6:29 AM   #4
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Go for it Roy.

Thanks for the comments guys.
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Old Jul 30, 2006, 6:54 AM   #5
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Thanks for posting some great shots, brasher.

They make me want to grab the macro lens and head outside. That is the nice thing about this forum.Photos, like yours,gets us moving, a bit filled with inspiration, and heading out the door, camera in hand to shoot a few more shots ourself.

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i took one at random. this is done in PS but i'm sure PSP will do the same.

auto levels,contrast,color
duplicate layer
high pass @ 8 > blending mode> soft light
flatten image
USM @ 120,.8,0

less than a minute if you are use to doing it..
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Nice job, Roy-

I can see the hairs in his fur!

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robar wrote:
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i took one at random. this is done in PS but i'm sure PSP will do the same.

auto levels,contrast,color
duplicate layer
high pass @ 8 > blending mode> soft light
flatten image
USM @ 120,.8,0

less than a minute if you are use to doing it..
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:?Educate me... what does "duplicate layer" mean?
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that's like adding an exact copy on top of your original backround. work on it and when you have what you want, flatten the image to 1 layer. or if you dont like it, delete it and start over. what program are you using?

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