The bandits

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  1. Michaelaw

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    Very nice composition. I like how the young's heads line up but still fall behind for security from the parent.

    A slight adjustment of levels, contrast, and saturation can bring more out of the photo. Of course this is subject to preference.

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    Thanks for the tips... I had done a levels adjustment and selective color adjustment in PS which is what my version represents. To me, your adjustment is just a tad over saturated. I do think it's a matter of personal taste. Thanks:)
     
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    great shot. I rarely get an opportunity to shoot these guys.
     
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    Awesome shot! I love it.
     
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    No problem... for me the original photo looks (on my calibrated monitor) a bit flat with a little bit of a green tint. That was the reason why I did a very slight change to it (I hope you didn't mind). Maybe I just need to re-calibrate .. its been a few months.
     

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