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SNACK TIME

By EMJAYCEE
He looked very content with his carrot snack. Have had difficulty dealing with the dark eyes so am enabling Mods, hoping that someone can help with advice - I certainly need it! Many thanks for your continued support - I hope I'm not too thick and do want to improve my skills in PSE. Off to do battle with my needlepoint this afternoon! Enjoy whatever you are doing. J.

Tags: Cotswold wildlife park Pets and captive animals

Voters: danbrann, andylea, Glyn1 and 37 more

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Comments


danbrann Plus
12 636 17
5 Oct 2010 12:10PM
Super Joan and its fine as it is. If I was to do anything I might try to lighten the face a tad but its not something I would worry about.

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andylea 8 37 1 United Kingdom
5 Oct 2010 12:21PM
great comp cracking colour and detail joan a real gem Wink
andy
5 Oct 2010 12:52PM
He is lovely as is
5 Oct 2010 12:58PM
Well captured. Congrats.
EAS Plus
7 1 13 Scotland
5 Oct 2010 1:12PM
Lovely texture in his fur and a super pose. Think they eyes would be challenging for most of us given the very dark mask around them.

Ann
jaktis Plus
13 84 Sweden
5 Oct 2010 1:56PM
A good capture of this furry figure

Peter
5 Oct 2010 2:02PM
Nice capture.well done.
Alvar Plus
9 23 2 France
5 Oct 2010 3:56PM
Excellent !!
Alvar
5 Oct 2010 5:27PM
Its a great shot Joan.
Brian
Daisymaye Plus
8 23 10 Canada
5 Oct 2010 5:44PM
Lovely capture. Great detail in the fur...........Sandy
Adderwatcher 7 60 19 United Kingdom
5 Oct 2010 7:06PM
Excellent capture of this "funky gibbon" Joan! Theres nothing wrong with this capture but i did a quick MOD (lightned shadows, reduced highlights, then selected the eyes using the lasio tool and lifted them slightly). Hope you like it!
Scott
great capture.
acousticmist 6 10 1 United Kingdom
5 Oct 2010 7:18PM
A brilliant image, well spotted and captured.........Martin
5 Oct 2010 8:10PM
Lovely shot, superb detail and colours, beautifully captured.

Hugh
5 Oct 2010 8:26PM
Beautiful animal beautifullycaptured
imagio Plus
10 12 1 England
5 Oct 2010 9:34PM
Excellent capture Joan

Bernie
5 Oct 2010 10:10PM
Lovely capture Joan
Pete
goso Plus
10 2 1 Australia
5 Oct 2010 11:52PM
Well done, as is, Joan...Bill
Excellent capture! Well taken.
6 Oct 2010 7:41AM
Excellent capture, I' d leave it just as it is, super detail all over - and the face - well, it's natural black!
Johanna
6 Oct 2010 9:09AM
A great shot
6 Oct 2010 10:55AM
quite a fur coat he.she is wearing great deatil a wee tad of light in the eyes would helm IMHO click

Graham
6 Oct 2010 3:10PM
A cracking shot, Joan, wonderful textures and a very well captured image.
Roy
Maiwand Plus
10 3 72 England
6 Oct 2010 3:58PM

Quote:Excellent capture, I' d leave it just as it is, super detail all over - and the face - well, it's natural black!
Johanna


I think I would agree with this comment.
Ron
RonnieAG Plus
7 153 116 Scotland
8 Oct 2010 10:52AM
Sorry I missed this one.....lovely shot, and I too like it just as it is.
Ronnie.
9 Nov 2010 11:06PM
In my eyes, a great picture is one which brings out the character in your subject - you certainly have, very well done!
Sally

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