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Re: Feather in the shower

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Not sure what you are looking for Matt but did notice "edit my shot"......so here's an edit...
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I like it Frank; really enhances the drop of water. Thanks. Matt
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Matt Quinn wrote:
Tue Sep 18, 2018 5:54 pm
I shot this feather stuck to the wall of our outdoor shower. It was about 2 inches long; I have no idea which type of bird had lost it. I cropped it, worked the luminance and color in Lightroom and removed the bright line between the boards above and below the feather in PS, but don't know what to do with a the remnants peeking through the feather. Suggestions welcome. The winds took the feather so I can't take any more photos. Thanks. Matt
There's a story in lost feathers but I'm not sure what to do with this other than rotate it. S-
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