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    This image was created in Ithaca, New York on 8/15/18 at 7:31PM. Image processed in Lightroom and Photoshop.

    Hand held, Small crop.

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    Hi John -- What a beautiful looking Fawn. I am not familiar with the colour of this subject but appears to me strong on saturation and even the bkg appears the same. I still like the way it stands out against those greens and the virtual legs completes the FG nicely. Lets see what others have to say.


    Nice image, TFS !

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    Better framing John & IQ. I might be tempted to remove to two yellow dots in the FG grass, but agree with haseeb that the colour does appear a little too warm. In LR if you fractional drop the Temp ie go Left and in the Tint slider reduce the Magenta, again go left (that is what is giving the 'red' colour cast) you start to get a more 'cleaner' image to work with. If you used Vibrance then I would go minus on that too. Add some more sharpening also helps and even a hint of the new addition to LR.

    John if you pull up both yours and the RP you can then compare and see the changes.

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    Hi John like the overall image with the simple clean image design .

    Just think the WB is not working well ... of course matter of taste . Steve has done a good job ,as expected , on the color and tone front . Not too fuzzed about the additional sharpening /texture .... albeit having just the low res file .

    TFS Andreas

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    This is a simple stunner. Again, Steve's repost improves it. Once again, you might consider toning down the YELLOWs in your GREENs ...

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    Once again, you might consider toning down the YELLOWs in your GREENs ...
    Artie, I've been trying to get John to make some changes in his Workflow using LR, as that is what he uses for Raw conversion and so he's moving now in the right direction, as shown in his last posting of a Cotton tail.

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