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    Shot at National Grasslands Sd. Processed with Dpp 4,Photoshop,Neat Image.Thanks to all for the suggestions and comments on the previous post.I used some saturation on the previous post and I think that may have contributed to the yellow cast. Welcome comments and critiques.
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    Works well with the bird in the background. Maybe cool the image off some. Setting is nice.

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    Love the juxtaposition and amount of softness in the rear bird. TFS

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    This is less exposure.Makes it some what cooler.

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    This is less exposure.Makes it some what cooler.
    Less bright Kevin. Needs a tad more at the bottom, but if the FP was on the head there should be truck loads of detail and clarity in the subject with both the kit & settings. I'm just at a loss in how you are processing these files?????

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