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American GoldFinch and Downy Woodpecker W/ 7D

 
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Oct 31, 2009 15:55 as a reply to  @ post 8930576 |  #16

Harvey,

I agree with you the Woodpeckers look better, the blacks are more crisp and has brought out more detail in both the blacks and the log, the Goldfinch may be a lil over the top for my tastes, but the woodpeckers have improved substantially.

I think I get so use to a set work-flow I oftentimes find myself processing images the same when it comes to certain elements, and contrast being one of them.

I appreciate your critique and Dan "Snowyowl" as well... seems your both spot on!!!

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Oct 31, 2009 16:37 |  #17

CanaHolic wrote in post #8930944 (external link)
Harvey,

I agree with you the Woodpeckers look better, the blacks are more crisp and has brought out more detail in both the blacks and the log, the Goldfinch may be a lil over the top for my tastes, but the woodpeckers have improved substantially.

I think I get so use to a set work-flow I oftentimes find myself processing images the same when it comes to certain elements, and contrast being one of them.

I appreciate your critique and Dan "Snowyowl" as well... seems your both spot on!!!

Dan

I agree with you once again. My original comment had more to do with the woodpeckers. I think the goldfinch looked fine as it was, although the redo looks fine as well.


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Oct 31, 2009 22:53 |  #18

nice shots




  
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Nov 01, 2009 07:11 |  #19

After adjustments those pictures look really nice :)


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