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Deer in Yard Again
Lens: 18-135 WR Camera: K3 Photo Location: Near North Bay, On ISO: 50 
Posted By: ROBEFFY, 02-18-2015, 02:57 PM

Sorry,
My Meta Data is missing, so, I have no idea what the settings were.
Between using Gimp and LR, I guess the settings went awol.
I was playing with this pic to clean up extra twigs in the back ground, eliminate bits of logs poking out of the snow, sort of tidied up the fur on one part of the front deer, darkened the wood and purposely made them out of focus even more, and then darkened the woods and background.

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wonderful capture !!!! I really like the light here. I think it would have looked better if the left deer wasnt there

The background looks a little bit weird ? what happend there

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You caught them perfectly. Super job.

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wonderful capture !!!! I really like the light here. I think it would have looked better if the left deer wasnt there

The background looks a little bit weird ? what happend there
About the background. I was playing with Gimp, a relatively new user, and I wanted to darken the background, remove twigs and such. It does not show well at this resolution, but looks fine while in GIMP?

Yes, I agree, the second deer facing away is not perfect, but, the lighting was very variable, and for a few seconds we had sunlight!

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QuoteOriginally posted by ROBEFFY Quote
Sorry,
My Meta Data is missing, so, I have no idea what the settings were.
Between using Gimp and LR, I guess the settings went awol.
I was playing with this pic to clean up extra twigs in the back ground, eliminate bits of logs poking out of the snow, sort of tidied up the fur on one part of the front deer, darkened the wood and purposely made them out of focus even more, and then darkened the woods and background.
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