Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by jewely, Sep 23, 2010.
Omg sorry they are all in a line , i must not have spaced them ! nm i think i fixed it lol !
#2 would be AWESOME other than it looks a tad overdone in pp. The last one i almost would have liked it to be not cropped so tightly
I agree about the too much in PP , He was just in the shade so much that it was soo dark , this one in praticular is thru the chaink link , i like the crop on the last one but that may be cause this practicualr tiger was been such a charcater that i got a bunch of him lol Thanks Dan i apperciate your help !
I like that one too. I would like to see selective coloring on his eyes.
Oh I have put that into my brain before , I will do it later and post it back up !!
i really like the last one, i love the crop in it, makes him look more vicious, like if he is hunting something.
I'm pleasantly surprised. I figured, ok, zoo shots, I'll see some fairly far off animals doing boring stuff.
These are all quite good. I love the expressions on the animals. Too bad #2 had such a bright background. It makes it really hard to see.
Interesting compositions. Good work! :thumbup:
Thanks And i totally understand about 2 he was in the shadows , so i edited it alot pp the shadows where extremly harsh before
Love # 4 but im partial to giraffes
Selective coloring = instantly cheesy picture. ESPECIALLY on eyes, that's been done thousands of times.
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