It is a steep learning curve Beaky. Like an overpowered race car it can scare the novice. With it you can do almost anything that you can imagine for your images which really opens up a whole new world.
I’ve been using PS since the mid 90’s and I continue to learn new things with it. In the beginning it was difficult but it’s been well worth the effort.
Yes it is worthy of a print Richard
To improve I would
- add a little sky at the top
- clean the sky
- apply slight blur to only the blue
- apply sharpening to the beasts and grass but use a gradient to slowly take away the sharpening as it goes to the horizon.
- apply a subtle custom vignette to the wildebeests just to hold the eye on them a…
Thanks Beaky. I would have liked the sun to stream a bit more too but you get what you get. The original frame had light above the cloud bank but it overpowered the rest of the scene so I opted for a crop.
This one has some power Beaky. If you blended the water running down the rocks in the center from the long exposure I think you’d have the best of both images.
I see you’re using LR. If you’re not using Photoshop this may be a good reason to give it a go. You can do so much more with PS.
Both great choices Robert. Somehow I missed them both so good to see them here.
Jasenka the way you placed the shadow over your eye is a lovely touch. Congratulations on POTW.
Kent this is a wonderful image of your wife.
For those who have just joined, you may not realize that your profile is created with a default for no editing of your images. If you’d like to see how some members would edit your image in the Shark Tank then change the default from NO to YES. The choice is yours.
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