I used Topaz Clarity and then I duplicated the layer and set it to color burn mode at lowered opacity and fill, and I masked it off the lower part a good
Remask, Adjust, Flood & Simplify.
After revisiting some older images, I processed this one today from my trip to Canada photographing Great Grey Owls with Daniel and Doug last year. Traveled
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The light was coming from the side.
I think the perch was a cute one.
Thanks for looking.
Canon 5D M III
Canon 500 f4.0
Owls hunting along roads and performing with mate and resting in grassy stubble. Silent flyers making aerial displays at sundown.
Tarcisius was a boy in Rome in the third century. (Be forewarned that a sad story follows.) There is an irony in the fact that his final day and this
One of the few antelopes that can survive without water, the Red Hartebeest finds moisture in bulbs and succulent roots as well as watermelons. It is
Sometimes we mis-frame a shot. With the tools we have now, fixing it can be easy.
Another image of one of the snow leopard cubs from the Central Park Zoo. This is one of the rare moments where one of them stayed still for a few seconds.