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    Geese in B&W

    Haven't shot in quite a while. Need to get out there and start shooting again.

    Wish this one was in a softer light, but you have to take what you can get sometimes.

    Just a touch of sepia added to warm it up a bit......................

    Geese in B&W

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    Re: Geese in B&W

    Nice concept. You might want to tone down a bit of the white chest. Draws my eyes immediately to that bright spot. Might be better to make the transition from white to dark more gradual.

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    Re: Geese in B&W

    Beautiful birds!

    Really great photo you shot there!

    I may have to agree with Bobobird (right name?) about the white chest, but besides that, they are excellent photos!

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    Re: Geese in B&W

    Great shot

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    Re: Geese in B&W

    Thanks guy's. You only get one exposure, and you have to balance it, as you see fit. Over- expose one part/under-expose another.

    This one was shot in hard afternoon light.(not the best). A soft evening light would have been much better. Take what you get and do the best you can in post...............................


    Thanks for commenting.

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