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Yes, another Barn Owl

By Malc61
Picture cropped and sharpened but still doesn't look right to me, would appreciate any advice.

Tags: Wildlife and nature

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banehawi Plus
17 2.5k 4272 Canada
19 Oct 2010 7:01PM
My guess is that this is a small crop from a much larger image?


Can you upload the full size image, - just re size and sharpen, then click Upload a Modification so we can see whats going on?

What programme did you use for re sizing? Did you click Bi-Cubic as the method to use for re sampling?

Which 300mm lens, - f/4 or f/2.8?

What were you shot settings?


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jeb2012 12 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2010 7:11PM
A excellent capture
Malc61 11
19 Oct 2010 7:43PM
Hi Banehawi, having problem re-sizing but in answer to your questions, yes - it was cropped from a bigger picture using windows.

Lens is f/4.
Shot settings were f/5.6, 1/2000 sec, ISO400, Focal length 300mm
19 Oct 2010 7:55PM
Nice shot but not much you can do with this just be happy you have seen and captured one.
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banehawi Plus
17 2.5k 4272 Canada
19 Oct 2010 9:38PM
Thanks for the info, - shot settings look fine, - what problem are you having with re sizing?

Are you using Photoshop?

First set PPI to 72.

The max length to whatever you are allowed, 600 pix for non E2.

Make sure Bi Cubic sampling is checked.

Then save and adjust file size.

Then sharpen.

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Malc61 11
20 Oct 2010 7:14PM
Hi Banehawi - sorry, I'm a bit new to this, why am I re-sizing?

Is it to make the size of the file smaller.

Yes I am using Photoshop

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