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By moe_101
I am practicing post processing and although not done much, as I was pleassed with the exposure and even histogram, have had a tweak with clarity - vibrance - contrast and sharpening - please let me know what you think and any tips / advice is always good.

Tags: General Pets and captive animals Meerkat bristol zoo

Voters: welshjohn, VIKI, NeilWigan and 12 more

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13 Sep 2010 4:32PM
Nice shot, I love these animals.
NeilWigan Plus
11 17 16 England
13 Sep 2010 4:39PM
Nice shot .
tull 18 181 United Kingdom
13 Sep 2010 4:44PM

hasslebladuk 12 1 6 United Kingdom
14 Sep 2010 6:56PM
A realy nice shot
15 Sep 2010 9:27AM
Lovely image. Looks good to me.
DRicherby 13 269 726 United Kingdom
28 Sep 2010 12:55PM
Processing looks good to me, too. My only gripe is the out-of-focus 'bone' sticking out of the lil' guy's back. You could try cloning it out but it would be hard to get the fur looking right. Something to look out for when composing the shot, though. Of course, much better to have this delightful shot than to have nothing because you tried to move and the meerkat left his perch.
18 May 2011 8:37AM
like the the highlight in his/her eyes , nice shoot !

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