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Old May 2, 2005, 2:50 PM   #1
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Just wanted to show you guys this one. Got this Sunday evening during the last rays of light. I shot this vertically originally , and the osprey was not rotated from a horizontal pose to make him appear to be diving. Notice the one leaf he is bringing home to do his nest duty :-)
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Old May 2, 2005, 3:04 PM   #2
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Chris,

It looks great. The only issue I have is the sky is an unusual shade of blue on my end.

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Old May 2, 2005, 3:24 PM   #3
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Hey Rodney,

You're absolutely right. It was pretty much this color, as he was low in the sky, and there was some haze, but I've selectivley saturated the blues, and I like it much better. Thanks for catching that. Here's the re-do. Guess you're good for something afterall. :-)
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Chris Kayler wrote:
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Hey Rodney,

You're absolutely right. It was pretty much this color, as he was low in the sky, and there was some haze, but I've selectivley saturated the blues, and I like it much better. Thanks for catching that. Here's the re-do. Guess you're good for something afterall. :-)
Did I mention that you are crazy? :-)

The slight modification looks much better to me.

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