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    Snowy Egret

    Snowy Egret
    I'm fooling around with a trial version of Topaz Clarity. I saw they had a "fur and feathers" setting so I tried it on this old photo.

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    Cool processing of a darn good shot.

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    Re: Snowy Egret

    Very nice, Bud. How does this version compare to the earlier one?

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    Re: Snowy Egret

    Quote Originally Posted by FootLoose View Post
    Very nice, Bud. How does this version compare to the earlier one?
    Yes that would be interesting Bud. Good shot.

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    Re: Snowy Egret

    Very good shot indeed, but I think you can get more out off it with additional PP.
    Kind regards, Rudi

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    Re: Snowy Egret

    I like your composition on this shot.

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    Re: Snowy Egret

    Hi, Bud. Perfect symmetry within this composition. Very nice!

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    Re: Snowy Egret

    Quote Originally Posted by FootLoose View Post
    Very nice, Bud. How does this version compare to the earlier one?
    Unfortunately, I deleted the original. However, this improved the shot incrementally. It is clearer without being over-sharpened. I recently bought the NIK package and have been using it within Aperture. I like it immensely. The new Topaz Clarity is very nice too. I'll be doing some more work with it while I'm within my 30 day free trial.

    Thanks all for the comments.

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