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Green frog in the Great swamp



The frog was sitting on moss at the base of a tree. I got eaten alive by mosquitos while taking this.


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Registered: June 2004
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Date: Tue June 8, 2004
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pepg
I like the textures, pity the frog isn't more striking in color.
#1 Tue June 8, 2004 8:53pm

tootsie
Beautiful shot, very partial to frogs.Next time rub yourself with some mint leaves.Does wonders and you wont poison yourself or the environment.
#2 Wed June 9, 2004 4:04am

etfon911
I love this photo, but am not yet ready to rate. Find the photo somewhat grainy in texture. It would benefit from fixing the grain, moire and/or jpeg cleanup. Strange that the full PhotoShop does not have these features, but there is the little Home Edition that does ($50 US)...and perhaps other software that does this. PS does have "despeckle, but it's not as controllable as the little package. If you have a way to try this, do, and I'll come back.
#3 Thu June 10, 2004 12:57am

etfon911
I love this photo, but am not yet ready to rate. Find the photo somewhat grainy in texture. It would benefit from fixing the grain, moire and/or jpeg cleanup. Strange that the full PhotoShop does not have these features, but there is the little Home Edition that does ($50 US)...and perhaps other software that does this. PS does have "despeckle, but it's not as controllable as the little package. If you have a way to try this, do, and I'll come back.
#4 Thu June 10, 2004 12:58am

tumrumble
Thanks etfon911 for the comment. I tend not to photoshop my images much. I still am not quite decided on where my lines lies with regards to manipulated pictures. I will try out your suggestion and see how the result looks. I think what i was missing that day was a polarizing filter which might have given me less reflection and better saturation. Its one i keep with me all the time now. I really appreciate any critiques that can lead to better photos next time.
#5 Thu June 10, 2004 5:53am

fdinaro
Try, Neat image it is free and does a good job with noise.http://www.neatimage.com/
"Leave the gun. Take the canolies." ...Frank
#6 Thu June 10, 2004 4:44pm

seeham
#7 Fri June 11, 2004 6:23am

gav_davies
Nice composition, but the round white blobs (on the top right) are a little distracting for me. They could be easily cloned out though.
#8 Fri June 11, 2004 3:09pm

RVB Pix
Very nice. The composition is good and the colour tonal harmony I like too.
#9 Sat June 12, 2004 7:38am

tumrumble
thanks for the comments. Havent had time to try out your suggestions but i definitely want to work on the photo. Will post once its done.
#10 Tue August 10, 2004 1:27am




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