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  1. Pteranadon

    Pteranadon Always on Premium Member

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    Thanks for looking.
     
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    Nice compositions and complimentary colours on the first two.
     
  3. Pteranadon

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    Thanks. I have been having a hard time on the yellow legs. (3) the are predictably there..been trying to get the morning light..later the light is kinda harsh.
     
  4. Roger S

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    All three are great captures and good composition. Personally I think that the Mourning Dove and the Flicker shots could use a touch of white balance and levels correction though.

    How's this on the Flicker?

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  5. Pteranadon

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    I do like it. I like both.
    Thank you.
     
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    A nice choice of subjects,not sure about #1 The overall effect looks pretty mottled on my screen and perhaps even a bit soft.The second is much better as is #3.Roger`s edit is an improvement giving it a bit more punch and clarity.I have absolutely no idea what lens you are using,but if I was to stab a guess, it reminds me very much of the images that I see, that are produced with the Sigma 150-600 C.
     
  7. Pteranadon

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    And....you are pretty close on all fronts!
    Not sure what was going on with #1.
    All came out like they just came out of the wash.
    About #2..
    With one good eye and staring at the screen
    ....i'm beginning to think I'm prone to "like" what is easy on my eyes. Will need to remind myself to watch out for that.
    As for the lens...it's the Tamron.
    I appreciate the honest critique!
    Why? Because it pushes me to put out better results.
     
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    I have PS how did you; how would I do such adjustments?
     
  9. Roger S

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    Hi Marc. I don't use PS and honestly have forgotten how the panel is laid out now. However, in any editor you can adjust white balance. My method is to take the minutest detail which should appear white and turn that to a very light grey. The rest of the image will follow. Then check levels and bring both ends of the histogram in to where the omega starts and ends. I'm sure someone on here can explain the details of how to do that in PS.
     
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    Nice set Marc, liking #2 especially the edit. As for altering WB in PS I usually just adjust a duplicate layer using the Camera Raw Filter, Ctrl + Shift + A.
     
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    Great shots. I like the tones in the last one and Roger’s edit of #2 really makes a difference.
     
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    Well...it looks as if when I'm making the money...and if Roger is looking for a job....
     

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