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Sparrowhawk Mk.2

By MikeRC
This is obviously the same bird, the same shot.

Thanks for trying to help Joe/Tony but I just can't do it, I found the "brightness" but I could not find the "exposure", I could not even find the "histogram".
I have messed about with it some and while it's not as good as Tony's or Mike's, I think it's obviously better.

I find the whole concept of Photoshop so overwhelmingly frustrating that everytime I load it I regret being interested in photography.

regards...Mike

Tags: Wildlife and nature

Voters: Glostopcat, JGroves, KarenFB and 14 more


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eddieali1961 16 97 United Kingdom
5 Dec 2006 5:17PM
Such a great catch and colourful.
Eddie.
albi 16 68 1 England
5 Dec 2006 5:24PM
Mike, we have all been there, it just takes time or a few books/video tutorials.

I'm sure there's some good lessons on here.

Stick at it and it will come good, this is much better btw.

Tony
MikeRC 15 3.6k United Kingdom
5 Dec 2006 5:29PM
Thanks Tony..in another life maybe.
I might try something easier, nuclear physics comes to mind.

cheers...Mike
pcjackso Junior Member 15 7
5 Dec 2006 9:16PM
This is much better Mike.a lovely shot
Pauline
KarenFB Plus
14 5.6k 180 England
6 Dec 2006 5:28AM
A big improvement! Good work.
A Booth 18 11 4 United Kingdom
6 Dec 2006 3:37PM
good detail and excellent profile image.
glazzaro 16 70 23 United States
7 Dec 2006 11:16PM
Mike

Something that might help, you do not need to use Photo Shop, if you go to the Nikon Site and get NikonView it comes with a RAW editor. It is a simple tool, does not have all the belss and whistles. You can sharpen, increase and decrease the exposure and everything is right there on the tool bar. I process all my shots through the Nikon editor before I take it to Photoshop. Spot on! Click!!!

Greg
phototime 14 8 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2006 10:56PM
Fantastic shot of this beautiful bird well taken.


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