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Tigger B&W

Discussion in 'Appraisal Gallery' started by southonline, Jul 28, 2014.

  1. southonline

    southonline Well-Known Member

    Headed out to a local zoo and got this guy - due to a fence right behind him I processed it this way and its my first attempt at something like this after a kind member here offered me some tips

  2. luisport

    luisport Well-Known Member

    And you have created a wonderful effect on the tiger as stalkingly emerging from the dark :)
  3. southonline

    southonline Well-Known Member

    Re: Tiger B&W

    cheers Luis .. always a bit nervous testing new PP out .... in fact so nervous had a sticky finger with the gg ;o0
  4. AlexDenny

    AlexDenny Well-Known Member

    Very nice! I might be tempted to trim a little off the left to even it up a tiny bit, but that's being super picky. I'd be delighted with it!
  5. Derek_R

    Derek_R Well-Known Member

    Looks great to me. I've not got anything constructive to say, I'm afraid. But thought I'd chip in with a thumbs up! Kind regards, Derek
  6. Ednewbie

    Ednewbie Well-Known Member

    It has got a good degree of menace. I'd be tempted to try a tighter crop and see how it looks.
  7. Parsen66

    Parsen66 Well-Known Member

    Wonderfully powerful image. PP is spot on in my view. Huge thumbs up from me too.
  8. Craig20264

    Craig20264 Well-Known Member

    Nice that me old fruit. Certainly does for me.:cool:(maybe a shade off the bottom)
  9. luisport

    luisport Well-Known Member

    There are a couple of hairy dotty highlights to the the left of the frame to be avoided in case of extremely picky judging of thid beauty.
  10. alfbranch

    alfbranch Well-Known Member

    I agree with this
  11. southonline

    southonline Well-Known Member

    thanks for the comments guys its very much appreciated

    I'll have a look at the edit and yes I see those dots now as well ;o(... They'll soon be gone
  12. Ffolrord

    Ffolrord Well-Known Member

    I'd crop in from the bottom left to have the centre of the image dissecting the face. Nicely done with an excellent depth of field and tonal range.
  13. southonline

    southonline Well-Known Member

    cheers, since posting this I've cropped the original ... thanks all for the feedback
  14. futureishere

    futureishere Active Member

    Amazing effect. Can you point me to a tutorial on how to achieve this?
  15. southonline

    southonline Well-Known Member

    cheers its just dodging and burning in Lightroom - this video will show you how

  16. futureishere

    futureishere Active Member

    Thanks. Now I have to go out and find a worthy subject! :)
  17. southonline

    southonline Well-Known Member

    it took me a few weeks to find the image I wanted to try this on - have fun and when you post it give me a shout so I can see ;O)

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