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Happy Spring In The Arctic

By Zeevkirshenboim
Spitsbergen. A huge amount of Little Auks are located on the cliffs, breeding...

Tags: Wildlife and nature Little Auk

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banehawi Plus
13 1.7k 3768 Canada
19 Jun 2017 12:32PM
This is an excellent shot.

In post processing its possible to extract a little more detail in the white feathers, and apply local sharpening, as in the mod, but its hard to realy make significant improvements


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Willie

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Thank you. Good advice.
dudler Plus
14 622 1194 England
19 Jun 2017 1:50PM
I went for a crop as well as a little tonal tweaking.

Excellent image, and one I know I couldn't ever produce myself.
mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1792 United Kingdom
19 Jun 2017 1:54PM
Apologies first of all, my modification has uploaded twice - that's the second time today that has happened.

Black fur or feathers, white fur or feathers - always tricky to expose for, put them together in a subject and you are going to need to make some adjustments.

I lightened shadows and darkened highlights by 5% each, then used the burn tool set to midtones, 3% exposure, with a large brush, over the white feathers, to enhance detail. Then I lighteened very slightly overall..

I was considering a square crop as the next move, John has done that.
Moira
paulbroad 10 123 1193 United Kingdom
19 Jun 2017 2:22PM
It is a nice shot in most respects. I would stay with the landscape format, but might reverse the image unless absolute accuracy is required. Just a touch of sharpening needed and that might be due to the high ISO which will soften things.

You have done very well to keep the eyes visible. I know, only too well, how difficult this is and the gear will be fairly heavy.

Paul

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