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    horse

    [IMG]horse _8240139 by Rob OM-D, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Re: horse

    This is a nice capture. I suggest you crop out the horse on the right.



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    Re: horse

    Hi Robbert,
    I like it too, but agree with Bruce about cropping out the horse on the right.
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    Re: horse

    Me too.

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    Re: horse

    Very nice.

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    Re: horse

    Is this better ? trying out new lens Zuiko 70-300 wich on my OM-D will be 140-600.


    [IMG]horse _8240139a by Rob OM-D, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Re: horse

    It is a nice shot and now a much better composition. What would you think about trying to get it to pop a bit more?

    e.g.-
    horse
    (PM if you would prefer this removed.)

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    Re: horse

    Whow thats good, what did you do?

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    Re: horse

    Quote Originally Posted by olly View Post
    ...what did you do?
    Olly - Using Paintshop Pro X4, the horse was darkened slightly before applying local contrast enhancement to it (see CiC Tutorial), plus gentle output sharpening. Then, in the rest of the image, the saturation of the greens only was increased slightly. Finally, the background was darkened, and a bit of extra (Gaussian) blur was applied to it.

    Hope this helps.

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    Re: horse

    That, to me, is a much better composition.


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