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Artic Owl

By flamesworddragon
I am proud of this capture as this is the image as it came from the camera without any cropping.

The Owl is flying towards the handler who is stood just behind me to my left.

Tags: Owl Wildlife and nature

Voters: buxton, carper123, mikejmb and 5 more


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carper123 Plus
4 920 8 United Kingdom
24 Jun 2012 5:39PM
Wonderful capture and composition, luv it.
Well done.
Darryl SmileSmileSmile

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banehawi Plus
12 1.4k 3496 Canada
24 Jun 2012 6:02PM
Needs to be sharper. Do you know that you need to sharpen as part of the re sizing process? Heres the step by step guide:

Resize image: Image>Image size> set pixels per inch to 72; then set the longest side to what the site allows; then during the save as process, you will adjust the quality slider to get the right file size, then save.

Next: Open the new image. Check for sharpness at 100%. It will very likely need to be sharpened. You can use whatever method you prefer; here is a reliable method you can use:

Filter>sharpen>unsharp mask; set Radius = 0.8; set threshold = 3; now slide the Amount slider all the way to the right, which oversharpens the shot; then slide it slowly back to the left until it doesnt look soft, and doesnt look too sharp. You can view your image and turn Preview on and off to see how youre doing. When your happy, press OK, then SAVE. Now upload.



Regards



Willie

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