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    Seriemas

    Please, I wish to receive comments on how to improve this picture.
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    Re: Seriemas

    Sbzarur

    Your picture is not showing up in the message. Please have a read of this thread that will help you understand how to post images.

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    Re: Seriemas

    Donald Thanks for your help.
    Let´s try again:
    Please, I wish to receive comments on how to improve this picture.
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    Re: Seriemas

    Quote Originally Posted by sbzarur View Post
    Donald Thanks for your help.
    Let´s try again:
    Please, I wish to receive comments on how to improve this picture.
    Thank you,
    sbzarur
    seriemas.jpg (102.6 KB)
    Hi sbzarur,

    You're almost there, see Part 2: How to make an attached thumbnail appear larger and inline in this post to get it bigger.

    You can edit your post above to do that.

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    Re: Seriemas

    There isn't a lot wrong with that photo, Sbzarur.

    I might do a little bit of selective sharpening on just the birds to make them stand out from the background; but don't overdo it.

    Adding a little Local Contrast by using Unsharp Mask around amount 20 and radius 40 approx might give the whole scene a little more 'pop'

    Alternatively, create a duplicate layer and set the Blend Mode to Soft Light with an opacity of less than 50% might be worth a go.

    But in either case, I would be very careful to avoid ruining a good photo by excessive 'enhancements'.

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    Re: Seriemas

    Thank you Geoff.
    I will try your suggestions during the week end.
    And I will post the results.

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