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Looks so innocent, love the effect of the breeze on the feathers, Bill.
Quote: Looks so innocent, love the effect of the breeze on the feathers, Bill.
I also like the light .
You did great work with this one Billy
Wonderful Billy well done.
How very imaginative and a technique which really adds to the charm this particular image Billy.
Regards Nathan .
Was this taken somewhere quite dark?
You've certainly added some light but you'll notice a lot of detail has been lost in the feathers.
Try learning to do masks where you can lighten an image but with a mask layer, you then use the eraser to
bring back detail where you don't want to loose it.
Maybe you already know how to do this - if not ask for further help.
This looks a lovely bird.Have you still got raw file?
Thought he was having a blow dry at first, good detail and light Billy, well done, regards Leon.
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