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Maiwand 10 3 72 England
31 Jul 2014 7:48PM
Wonderful shot Mya. You have done well to keep some detail in the all white plumage of the bird.GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
Ron

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31 Jul 2014 7:59PM
Brilliant capture. I echo Ron's comments. She's a beauty.
Tish1 Plus
4 16 3 United Kingdom
31 Jul 2014 9:00PM
Magic shot and very well presented


Tish
Mollycat Plus
3 11 2 United Kingdom
31 Jul 2014 10:08PM
You couldn't have timed this better if you tried.
Peter GrinGrinGrin
31 Jul 2014 11:48PM
Cracking image well timed shotSmileSmileSmilepaul
KarenFB Plus
11 4.8k 171 England
1 Aug 2014 4:39PM
With the Mod, all I've done is a few minor tweaks in 'Contrast' and 'Lighting' (as I felt the image was slightly 'flat'). I also gave it a bit of sharpening.

I turned my attention to the beak - with your image, I thought perhaps the black beak had been lost in the mouth's shadows - by using the 'dodge' tool on low I was hoping to bring it out...................I'm not sure if it has worked or not! Hopefully someone with a greater ability then mine will have a go and describe what I should have done! Smile

The image as a whole is brilliantly timed, it's nice to see an owl doing something (other then staring into the camera!). Smile
Myathebirdwatcher999 Junior Member 4 8 United Kingdom
1 Aug 2014 7:15PM

Quote:With the Mod, all I've done is a few minor tweaks in 'Contrast' and 'Lighting' (as I felt the image was slightly 'flat'). I also gave it a bit of sharpening.

I turned my attention to the beak - with your image, I thought perhaps the black beak had been lost in the mouth's shadows - by using the 'dodge' tool on low I was hoping to bring it out...................I'm not sure if it has worked or not! Hopefully someone with a greater ability then mine will have a go and describe what I should have done! Smile

The image as a whole is brilliantly timed, it's nice to see an owl doing something (other then staring into the camera!). Smile



Hi Karen
Thanks for the mod. I think the detail on the beak has been greatly improved! I thought the owl was just staring into the camera as they normally do until I looked at it later on and realized that it was yawning!!Grin
Glostopcat 11 255 2 England
8 Aug 2014 11:26PM
It looks like he/she is laughing their head off, it must have been a good joke you told him/her Mya!WinkGrinGrinGrin

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