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Old May 21, 2007, 7:19 PM   #1
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Not the greatest set, but who can resist? Needstronger light, next time I'll get there earlier.

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Old May 22, 2007, 12:58 AM   #4
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hey these are great osprey shots. don't sell yourself short. nothing that a little photoshop couldn't touch up. nice work man.

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I agree, great shots. Photoshop could probably brighten them up...cheers..Don
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Those are very nice shots, they just need a bit of TLC in Photoshop.

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Nice shot Cool Breeze,



Next step in the learning curve is PP (post processing). I spent less than 2 minutes in Photoshop adjusting levels and contrast, hope you don't mind.



Thanks for sharing
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I looked at it in PS also and was able to bring up the shadows, but because you used ISO 800 it got a bit grainy using the small image you posted. I expect it would work out better with the original image, but with my DSLR the grain starts to show in PP at ISO 800 and up.

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Old May 22, 2007, 2:00 PM   #9
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Thanks all! I had already worked on them to get them to this level. It was very late when the shots were taken, thats why I went to 800 ISO.

I shot that series in TV/ ISO 800/ 640-800 shutter speed. I will take a different approach next time. Thanks again
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Wow, very impressive wing span. Very good shots, and I donĀ“t mind the low contrast, the shot's got to look natural, and if it's late afternoon, well, it's got to look that way.
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