Tiger

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Raindog, Apr 6, 2005.

  1. Raindog

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    These are what got me started saving for a 500mm f4.

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  2. JohnMF

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    love these photos, where did you take them?

    I love tigers, the eyes on the second one are hypnotic.

    The second one also has an almost 3 dimensional feel to it
     
  3. Raindog

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    Thanks John,
    These are from a zoo in Tampa.
     
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    wow! awesome!
     
  5. JohnMF

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    usually when ever ive been to a zoo the animals always look raggard and old.

    These look really healthy, must be well looked after
     
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    There's quite a bit of gray in that first image. If you did something like an S-curve adjustment layer in PS, it would really bring out the colors.
     
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    Those are great photos!!
     
  8. Digital Matt

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    Nice shots :) Do a USM at 500%, 0.2, 0, and watch what happens. ;)

    I agree, #1 is lacking contrast and punch.
     
  9. Chiller

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    Holy Cow...I really like the second one. Great work!!!
     
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    these are killer....('scuse the pun...) you can see each individual hair over the next
    color, the details in these pictures are just awesome...the face on him looks more wild animal than one in a zoo....he looks absolutely untame...really great job. love the eyes.
     

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