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Lancastrian Sheep

By JaHa    
I am back in the countryside... there are lots of sheep here. Comments/criticisms/advice welcome as always, particularly on making these shots look more natural-coloured - I'll turn modifications on if any of you lot want to have a crack at it. Thanks for looking pals

Tags: Sheep Lancaster Lambs Farms Wildlife and nature

Voters: Ayoob, reflectionsinlight, Glostopcat and 9 more

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LynneJoyce Plus
10 20 99 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2012 11:41PM
Lovely series, impossible to choose just one favourite.

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PaulLiley 9 2 13 United Kingdom
21 Apr 2012 7:55AM
V1 and V5 are may fav. Shows the sheep off very well. Paul
backbeat Plus
12 134 1 United Kingdom
21 Apr 2012 8:10AM
I actually like V6 best, the blurred jumping lamb! The rest are good as well though, I like how your camera exposes the sky very well also
mhfore 11 6 176 England
21 Apr 2012 10:47AM
Hi Jarod,

A nice set of country images each with a different colour or pose, well done,

Jarod I've picked V4 to do a mod on as this seems to be a little soft with a warm cast to it. Go to your adjustments and select "Exposure" when the window appears there should be three eyedroppers. Select the bottom or far right one and click on a off white/grey area, I used the light part of the silver birch in the middle background. Then select the middle eyedropper and click on a dark area and reduce the opacity if needed. Also to balance the image you can apply a layer mask and using a "Black" brush you can erase the effects that may be over exposed (if any).

Jarod this is all i've done in the mod and you can see the difference it makes.

Take care
banehawi Plus
14 1.8k 3893 Canada
21 Apr 2012 5:22PM
V1 is a good shot, the best of the set by far. Theres some charm to the blurred shot, but V1 is a winner.

Jonny5874 9 14 5 United Kingdom
21 Apr 2012 8:50PM
Wow I love version two, such a powerful and dramatic image!

JaHa 6 48 1 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2012 2:06PM
Thanks everyone, especially for trekking through 8 photos there...

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