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Taken at Edinburgh zoo.A lot of work in photoshop because of the reflections from the dirty glass


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Derek Stein

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Registered: March 2004
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Date: Wed September 7, 2005
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gav_davies
Nice shot, and well presented but the colour balance seems a little bit off - try changing the green levels more to the magenta and see what you think...


Cheers,
Gav :0)
#1 Wed September 7, 2005 8:54pm

Herve
No problems with the colours on my TFT screen (except, maybe, for the foreground rocks...). Well done Thumbs Up!
#2 Wed September 7, 2005 9:03pm

gazmaster
Agree with Herve, don't have a prob with colour balance on either of the screens I use, 19"tft and 21"crt Sony's and both clear as a button. Exceptional shot!
Regards

G@zz@
#3 Wed September 7, 2005 9:19pm

Caesar
great colors. Very sharp. Nice comp
#4 Wed September 7, 2005 9:27pm

gav_davies
Have you tried adjusting the colours yourself in PS though? To me, there is too much green in the shot and taking a little out makes an already good shot even better Wink Just my own, perhaps colour blind opinion though Smile
#5 Wed September 7, 2005 10:50pm

rawprints
Majestic shot, majestic animal, got to agree with gd a bit too much green needs a little out, maybe I'm colour blind too
#6 Wed September 7, 2005 10:58pm

frog
Face just looks a little green on my 17" monitor otherwise nice shot.
#7 Thu September 8, 2005 1:49pm

gav_davies
Thinking about this, did you apply AutoLevels or AutoColour in PS? This often has the effect of making the colouring in images quite off - I tend to give it a try first but usually end up adjusting the contrast and colour balance manually.


Cheers,
Gav
#8 Thu September 8, 2005 1:58pm

Derek Stein
Firstly big thankyou to everyone for there comments it does make a difference.Gav you were spot on with the comments about the colour i added more magenta and it looks a lot better,Thanks guys
Derek
#9 Thu September 8, 2005 2:57pm

ddmckinney1954
nice composition and clarity but i agree regarding the saturation of the colors
#10 Fri September 9, 2005 5:32pm

daydreamer
Jaguar is wonderful, leaves are wonderful, but the rocks look green. Are they supposed to? Beautiful shot anyway.
#11 Fri September 9, 2005 11:59pm




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