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    Hi folks ... went for a shorter visit to the same location , where I captured the Godwits .
    Early morning was not as good as previous time , sun came late due to a cloud cover on the horizon .
    But I got lucky to have two species on one piece of old fence
    I kept the image kinda dull and cool , just the lighter tones warmed up a touch ... as the sun was peaking through the clouds with a slight orange touch .
    Hope you like it

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    F 7,1 ; Iso 1600 ; 1/250 sec

    Processed with DT 4.6.1 and PSCC 2024 ; clean up on perch and in LRC ; cropped slightly for comp

    Thanks for watching and commenting to my previous postings

    Cheers Andreas

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    Not too crazy on the colour sheme here Andreas, I appreciate you showing the cold looking colours bu the greens seem a little overpowering for me. I quite like the Redshank and the posiioning of the Godwit is rather good with the feet just clear of the Redshank tail.

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    THX Jon ... what would you suggest to do with the greens ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andreas Liedmann View Post
    THX Jon ... what would you suggest to do with the greens ?
    I would try to make them more "grass" green - modify blue content something like that

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    THX Jon ... for your thoughts , but then I would loose the " original " feeling of the scene of mine . And I do not want to do that .... so you have to live with the coolness . Bet you can ....

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    Love the concept and the juxtapositions. The colors look fine. The only things that bug me are the three dark blobs in the BKGR.

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    THX Arthur ... could have lightened the blobs

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