1. Wandering star

    Wandering star

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    Taken at the London Wetlands Center while waiting for one of the 2 Bitterns to show. Taken with the Sigma 150 - 600mm(c) @150mm on a Nikon d7200 CC most welcome
    [​IMG]Stormy November light by gary, on Flickr
     
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  2. mrtoad

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    CC from me...as i might have done...some burn and dodge
    but this is so subtle and quiet...it would probably throw the mood away...the lh tree really changes the genre a bit from all autumn leaves only
    that's a whacker of a lens...!!!!
    cheers
    geof
     
  3. alfbranch

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    Needs more contrast for me
     
  4. Wandering star

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    Thanks for the replies. I might have another play with the pic if i get the chance later
     
  5. SFTPhotography

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    I like the processing - it seems tasteful and well judged tbh. A smidge more contrast wouldn't hurt it but tbh it's in the right ballpark.
     
  6. Wandering star

    Wandering star

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    Contrast tweek added, Too much or not enough?
     

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  7. mrtoad

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    i see two versions now...still prefer the first...but if i did pp it wouldnt look like that and the mood 'wood' be ruined

    i think the lens power and quality added to the effect as well
    cheers
    geof
     

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