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    Monitor Lizard

    We’d stopped for lunch beside a river. We saw this young lizard poking his head out of the rocks to look at us before hiding again. After several attempts I eventually managed to get this image.
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    Monitor Lizard

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    Re: Monitor Lizard

    Nicely done too. Good shot.

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    Re: Monitor Lizard

    Very nice shot.

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    Re: Monitor Lizard

    Your Lizard has just made a lightning trip to England, and gone back home with a make-over.

    Monitor Lizard

    What can be done with a tiny jpg image is very limited, and a bit coarse, but I hope you can still see the drift of enhancements that could be made if you wanted to.

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    Re: Monitor Lizard

    Making lighter changed the expression of the lizzard. The closer crop is ok but I like the original better myself.

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    Re: Monitor Lizard

    Quote Originally Posted by Brocken View Post
    Your Lizard has just made a lightning trip to England, and gone back home with a make-over.

    Monitor Lizard

    What can be done with a tiny jpg image is very limited, and a bit coarse, but I hope you can still see the drift of enhancements that could be made if you wanted to.
    To me it looks like the rock has blown-out highlights in this edit, but the lizard is fabulous!

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    Re: Monitor Lizard

    I think you managed very well! I like it a lot.

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    Maybe somewhere between the two versions. I prefer the sky in the original.

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    Re: Monitor Lizard

    Great capture

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    Re: Monitor Lizard

    Hi All, many thanks for the kind comments and time taken to view.

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    Re: Monitor Lizard

    Hi Clive, wonderful image. Good composition, sharp detail, nice color. Keep posting so I can enjoy.

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    Re: Monitor Lizard

    Good looking beast Clive. The details are so sharp, what skin and nails!

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    Re: Monitor Lizard

    Hi Joe and Louise, many thanks for the comments.

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