Rooster

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  1. OscarWilde

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    Something happened when uploading and now it looks... brown? Not really sure... If I figure it out I'll repost! But for now, here is the picture :)

    Came from my grandfathers farm!

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  2. OscarWilde

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    Hmmm.... this seems like a thread that may end up being a learning thread for me :)

    So. The image quality (and colour) are going away during the conversion to JPEG. BUT if I leave the file as a TIF file it is 106 MB.

    How can a picture even be that big........ 10% of a gigabyte seems a bit ridiculous for a picture file; especially considering the other pictures from the set are only like 6 Mb!

    Anyone have any ideas!
     
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    Just repost.............I would like to see the whole bird if possible...........:)
     
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    [​IMG]
    Here is the original straight from the camera... don't really know why my edit made the file size MASSIVE but oh well, it looked okay unedited...

    As for a pic of the whole bird... I'll see what the other shots are. This was my favorite but there may be one that shows it all!
     
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    This is the only one I have of the whole rooster. I hadn't adjusted my settings from the previous shots in order to deal with the window... so its a bit overexposed and "off". Sorry :)
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    That's quite a cock you've photographed there.

    As far as the color discrepancies go, it could be a color space issue. What color space are you exporting with?
     
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    ProPhoto RGB; at least that's what I'm attempting to...
     
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    I nearly peed my pants. I don't normally like cock but this is truly a nice cock even if you have a color space issue.

     
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    The first one isn't horrible, but in that one it's a shame that white area is at its back. Watch your framing, you clipped the toe nails in the second one. I like the second image better.
     
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    Thanks Bitter; didn't notice the white at his back or the clipped toe nails! My framing is slowly getting better :p but I still make little mistakes in the moments!

    Is it possible to fix the overexposure properly in the second picture?
     

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