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Framed Gibbon

By ALEXCAR
This photo was also taken at The South Lakes Wild Animal Park on Spetember 12th 2009.
Pictured is a Gibbon, which looks like he has been placed inside a picture frame made by the wooden climbing area.
The only thing I am not very keen about in this picture, is the fact that there appears to be another bar in the background ... although I'm not sure whether I'm being picky!
Any tips, criticisms, and constructive comments are welcomed.

Thanks,
Alex

Tags: Sky Frame Blue Black Wood Framed Monkey Pose Gibbon Captivity Pets and captive animals Wildlife and nature

Voters: BettyBou, achieverswales, kearney11 and 3 more


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10 Jan 2011 6:51PM
to get rid of the bar in the background you could try cloning it outSmile the focus is really good!Well done.Bethan

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achieverswales 9 8 101 Wales
10 Jan 2011 6:59PM
Hi Alex, I like the frame and sometimes you have to go with the background that is there, it would be good practice to clone out items you do not want, because you have pointed the camera at the sky the Gibbon is underexposed but this can be easy to rectify in Photoshop, on the whole a nice capture!

Regards

Trev.
KarenFB Plus
13 5.3k 175 England
10 Jan 2011 7:34PM
Well caught! The colours are wonderful and the Gibbon posing beautifully for you! Smile
MrsS 13 4.5k 18 England
10 Jan 2011 8:04PM
What a face! He doesn't look too happy! Well captured Smile

Fran x
kearney11 9 1 United Kingdom
10 Jan 2011 8:49PM
Haha poser Wink maybe to get rid of the bar you could try using the spot burner? I know it might sound silly, but it blends the background behind the burnt area for you automatically... Maybe give it a go an upload the newer version tomorrow if it works? Smile
10 Jan 2011 9:46PM
Thanks Bethan, I appreciate your comments Smile
Thanks Trev, I'll see if I can have go Smile I'm very impressed with the frame though Grin
I think I got lucky with this one, Karen! It was a case of 'right place, right time' Grin
He does look a tad disgusted, doesn't he Fran! Great expression though! Thankyou Smile
I might just have a go at that Tyler ... thanks Smile

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