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Re: Juvenile Ibis

Post by Psjunkie »

long as you were aware, I wouldn't want you thinking I was lazy with my opinions......

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Post by PietFrancke »

Psjunkie wrote:
Mon Oct 15, 2018 2:42 am
long as you were aware, I wouldn't want you thinking I was lazy with my opinions......
never - I would Never think that!

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Post by minniev »

Though I like both versions, I like the first best. It has more magic.
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Post by PietFrancke »

minniev wrote:
Mon Oct 15, 2018 3:43 am
Though I like both versions, I like the first best. It has more magic.
thanks Minnie, it has a dreamy look to it, and as Frank mentioned, the lighting might be better.

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Post by Matt Quinn »

Piet , I know lazy intimately. Here's an image I sort of gave up on when I reached the limits of my editing in Lightroom. First, the composition is poor; I need more of the trees but I had to work fast because the white puff was moving fast across the gray cloud behind, and I set the bottom horizon too low. Second, I want to darken the sky more but don't know how without darkening the puff also. So I just gave up. Here are the start and the finish. Matt
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Post by PietFrancke »

Matt Quinn wrote:
Tue Oct 16, 2018 2:00 am
Piet , I know lazy intimately. Here's an image I sort of gave up on when I reached the limits of my editing in Lightroom. First, the composition is poor; I need more of the trees but I had to work fast because the white puff was moving fast across the gray cloud behind, and I set the bottom horizon too low. Second, I want to darken the sky more but don't know how without darkening the puff also. So I just gave up. Here are the start and the finish. Matt
Ha! I like your Edit Matt, Get more comfortable with the beast called Mask. You add the effect, you add the mask (either hiding everything or showing everything), and then you paint the mask to let through or to hide the parts of the effect you don't wish to have. Masks are the Number 1 reason to bother with Photoshop, they make everything else possible.

Edit - since Halloween is coming up, we will have to do a tut on Masks - We will call it "the Mask of the Beast".

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Post by St3v3Murray »

PietFrancke wrote:
Sat Oct 13, 2018 11:40 pm
saw this morning on a tree, seemed very laid back. JuvenileIbisS.jpg
I don't think I've ever seen a juvenile before! S-
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