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Been playing in Photoshop with a sequence of shots taken at the British Wildlife centre meet a few weeks ago.
This shot is made up of two shots of the same fox, one during a yawn and the other after it's finished.
Thanks for looking, any comments appreciated.
An absolute winner!!!
WHOW,WHAT A SHOT GOOD, VIVIAN
CONGRATS. Great capture. Works better without the - correct - yawn description lol
good ps work Clive
Fantastic image. Works really well. Fur detail is amazingly fine.
absolutly brilliant!!! i think i'd have preferred to think it was a pair of foxes, one looking (perhaps dissapprovingly?!) at the other one.. there is so much character in it and the colours and shapes in the background works so well! the little bits of grass at the bottom are the finishing touches! well done
a nicely worked shot Clive
Great image and they look good together wouldnt of guessed it was the same fox. Denise x
Wow that's effective. Great way of presenting them (her, him)
I might clone out one of the sets of grass next to the fur though just to reduce the evidence of flipping.
Like this a lot though.
This must have been difficul to capture. Great shot, good poses by the foxes!
I'm with Suzi and what she say's about the grass Clive, because if anyone inspects the shot closely it is quite evident it been flipped. Having said that, it's a great piece of manipulation and I'd be happy to hang it on my wall....
I can't see the join and this is absolutely terrific. Very clever manipulation
Good work, congratulations on your RC.
So then it looks like he is about to attack himself.
Nice bit of PS work Clive, well thought out.
really good - it works well
Very nice work and almost had me convinced - but marred a little by the symmetry of the grass at the base. Get rid of that and it's very good indeed! Well conceived and executed.
Many thanks to everyone who has taken the time to view this photo and thanks to those who have left comments. They're all appreciated.
Very good but I agree with you and think I prefere the latest one.
Well captured and an excellent manipulation
Simply brilliant. PAul
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