feeding the deer

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  1. user3977

    user3977 TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    here is the little one feeding the deer some corn. i like the inniocence (spelling) of the picture. but any suggestions are welcome.


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    this one... just had to put it, looks like they are charging him for the food. im going to try to crop a little better when i get back to my comp with photoshop. i like the deer head behind him.

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    first one looks a little flat in color.

    second would definitely benefit from a crop.

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    user3977 TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    any suggestions on how to make the color pop a little more?
     
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    I agree with shawnxstl, the first one is a little flat in color. But the crop and positioning of him is very nice.
     
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    I did a little PP on the first one if you dont mind. I bumped up the exposure and saturation a bit. I could have brought the saturation up a bit more but it started getting red on me.

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