High Key Wolf

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  1. SleepingWolf

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    High key effect from a properly exposed original.

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    Beautifull!! Always loved wolves.
     
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    Absolutely Beautiful !! :heart:
     
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    Awesome! You continue to impress, Sleeping Wolf :)
     
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    Do you have the original? btw. I love this photo. Beautiful!

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    its strange I tend to prefer a lowkey effect over a highkey one - but that is just me

    I would be interested in seeing the original just to see how much effect you did add - the shot looks to be in the snow. Must say the wolf looks great !
     
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    Quite a striking image! I like the effect.
     
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    doing a lowkey would have rendered all the snow black...not sure why you would want to do that.
     
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    Thanks Anty...the effect reminds a little of Bateman's paintings.
     
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    ahh no I don't mean low key every time - but just in general I prefer the look of low key of the look of high key - but like I said that is just me and who's to know that view might change someday
    I agree with the snow environment highkey would certainly be a good aspect - and heck if I were in the same situation I would probably turn to highkey as well
     
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    That was my thought exactly!!! :D
     
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    I think the effect works. It's a little extreme but it works. Good job!

    And thanks for sharing!
     

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