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    I noticed these vultures in this tree with the sun going down behind it just outside Satara

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    Beautiful scene! I might clone the out-of-focus bird to the left of the main/lowest part of the trunk.

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    Hi Daniel - Thank you very much for commenting. Its a bit daunting having an image posted on the Avian thread. I would love to clone the oof bird out however I dont yet have that level of pp skills. Would you use Lightroom or Photo Shop to do that with this image?

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    Basil, do it in PS, what version are you running?

    Drop me a line with your email address, I’ll give you some steps.
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    Lovely scene and colours, I too would suggest removing the OOF vulture ..... but I don't think I would use the clone tool.

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    Meant to say Basil, if you applied sharpening leaving it off, the flying Vulture has a halo.

    but I don't think I would use the clone tool.
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    Hi Basil .... gorgeous looking frame .
    Love the backlit effect and the stunning red sky !!!!

    BTW not only the flying vulture does show a halo ...

    TFS Andreas

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    Hi Basil. Certainly something a little different here and I absolutely love it! Yes to removing the oof bird on the lower left side. Looking forward to seeing more of your work.

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    Looks good here Basil....apart from the bird that's already been mentioned I wouldn't change a thing...The position of the sun and the large tree look real good...

    Well done

    Will

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