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    'Roar' but not a Lion in sight!

    This picture has been on my 'keep or bin' list for some time now. I'm still not sure, but would value your opinions.
    All C&C most welcome.

    'Roar' but not a Lion in sight!

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    Re: 'Roar' but not a Lion in sight!

    Definitely a keeper.

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    Re: 'Roar' but not a Lion in sight!

    Keep!

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    Re: 'Roar' but not a Lion in sight!

    Keep - have you tried doing something to tone down the background a bit- not sure what would work but I do find the greener patches against the blue a bit distracting. Someone needs a lesson in dental hygiene . Can't imagine what his breath would smell like.

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    Re: 'Roar' but not a Lion in sight!

    Hi John, definetly a keeper. I am not sure what you use for post processing or if you do, but if you desaturate the blues and green in the water and darken the tone of the water a little with the Tone Curve it is a stunner.

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    Re: 'Roar' but not a Lion in sight!

    Quote Originally Posted by jprzybyla View Post
    Hi John, definetly a keeper. I am not sure what you use for post processing or if you do, but if you desaturate the blues and green in the water and darken the tone of the water a little with the Tone Curve it is a stunner.
    Thank you all for your comments, they are really appreciated.
    Based on everyone comments does this look any better?

    'Roar' but not a Lion in sight!

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    Re: 'Roar' but not a Lion in sight!

    Yes much better but that green on his sides needs some work.

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    Re: 'Roar' but not a Lion in sight!

    Agreed with Bobo. When you change a source of color in an image, be sure to check throughout the image to determine if there is reflected color as in this case, that also needs to be changed.

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