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    Quote Originally Posted by Bend The Light View Post
    Actinometro is right, removing the noise is easy on this, and the extra saturation definitely helps too. Lovely image in the first place, I think...


    6944212321_5d1f8c9ee9_b as Smart Object-1 as Smart Object-1 by http://bendthelight.me.uk, on Flickr
    Hey, BTL, thank you so much... what were the treatments, would you please mention?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Desi View Post
    nice. I also prefer the cropped version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rotanimod View Post
    Good work Frequency
    Thank you Rotanimod
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony S View Post
    How about more of a portrait presentation instead of horizontal ? Even more of the bottom could go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EIngerson View Post
    Liking this one Frequency. Nice work.
    Thank you very much Eingerson
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    Quote Originally Posted by cminus View Post
    great pic buddy, cropped version ftw fo sho!
    Thank you cminus very much.... yet i am unable to decipher "ftw fo sho"
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    Quote Originally Posted by stockfoto View Post
    Hi Friends ,
    This is nice photo and you are nice great photographer...
    O, i am flattered....Thank you very much indeed
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frequency View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by cminus View Post
    great pic buddy, cropped version ftw fo sho!
    Thank you cminus very much.... yet i am unable to decipher "ftw fo sho"
    That'd be "for the win, for sure."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frequency View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Bend The Light View Post
    Actinometro is right, removing the noise is easy on this, and the extra saturation definitely helps too. Lovely image in the first place, I think...


    6944212321_5d1f8c9ee9_b as Smart Object-1 as Smart Object-1 by http://bendthelight.me.uk, on Flickr
    Hey, BTL, thank you so much... what were the treatments, would you please mention?

    Regards
    Yes, I used Topaz denoise plug in for photoshop, but with this image I think noise reduction in Photoshop or similar would be just as good, really...I then saturated a little bit more, and sgharpened just a little (not much as it was a smallish jpeg and when I oversharpened it it looked bad. )
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiskeyTango View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Frequency View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by cminus View Post
    great pic buddy, cropped version ftw fo sho!
    Thank you cminus very much.... yet i am unable to decipher "ftw fo sho"
    That'd be "for the win, for sure."
    yes sorry, i am a member of many message boards and my inner geek popped out there haha, thanks to whiskey for the definition!
    no worries frequency, its a very good thing sir!
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    Hello "Bend The Light" also great work you have done. Excellent editing i appreciate your work very much. Thanks a lot.

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    great work! i appreciate your humbleness
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    PHOTOGRAPHER VS BIRD

    No joke -

    Even at silhouettes you need to remember where to crop. Crop above knees. Even though you couldn't see the knees, try to visualise where the knees are.
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    I also preferred the un-cropped version. It made me think of how big a world the photographer has to play with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiskeyTango View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Frequency View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by cminus View Post
    great pic buddy, cropped version ftw fo sho!
    Thank you cminus very much.... yet i am unable to decipher "ftw fo sho"
    That'd be "for the win, for sure."
    Thank you WT very much
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