Nick Muskovac, FPSA, MPSA  


September 2020 - ZIRAFFE FAMILY

About the Image(s)

Here is another one of my creations:
The Ziraffe family is from a far away planet called Zircon. They migrated here thousands of years ago. They were shot at f1000.

11 comments posted

Oliver Morton   Oliver Morton
Nick, the virus and the politics have resulted in most people needing an occasional laugh. Your images satisfy that need! You have a wonderful sense of humor and processing skills!

My only suggestion for this wonderful image would be to switch the heads of the two Ziraffe's on the right. Currently, the head of the far animal seems larger than the one in the foreground.

Regardless of that minor nit, this is marvelous. Well done!

  Posted: 09/03/2020 20:05:10
Nick Muskovac   Nick Muskovac
Oliver, thanks for your kind works; The largest one is the papa and the one with the smaller head is the mom and they had one child. I have the same pic in 4 or 5 different backgrounds. I also make my own frames in Photoshop.   Posted: 09/04/2020 12:56:30

Stephen Levitas   Stephen Levitas
(Group 32)
Great creation. Did I understand you to be shooting at an aperture of f1000? That must be in order to get a depth of field from here to their home planet.   Posted: 09/07/2020 00:27:58
Nick Muskovac   Nick Muskovac
Steven, you are right....................   Posted: 09/07/2020 12:39:22

Mark Laussade   Mark Laussade

Your integration of the two species is nicely done. The blending of the hooves into the foreground is excellent. Exposure and composition are also well done. Next time try an elephant and a crocodile!   Posted: 09/10/2020 14:42:06

Jan Handman   Jan Handman
(Group 34)
Fun! And well done!   Posted: 09/13/2020 12:43:35

Beverly Caine   Beverly Caine
(Groups 48 & 80)
Visiting from 48 &80

You could start your own game farm with these three. I must tell you I am so jealous of people who can create this kind of image in their own mind and then execute it so perfectly.   Posted: 09/13/2020 13:37:57

Freddie Kelvin   Freddie Kelvin
This is not only humorous, but clearly executed with great skill. One of the strengths, to my eye, is the use of colors which clearly complement each other. This is the kind of image to enjoy over a glass of wine, as you fly off to distant lands. It is uplifting and meticulously post-processed.   Posted: 09/13/2020 22:18:53
Nick Muskovac   Nick Muskovac
Freddie, welcome to the group...also, thank you for your comments.   Posted: 09/14/2020 11:09:44
Freddie Kelvin   Freddie Kelvin
Thanks, Nick. Delighted to be in this group!   Posted: 09/14/2020 11:17:54

Barbara E Miller   Barbara E Miller
Once again a humorous look at NIck's particular breed. Well done!   Posted: 09/14/2020 05:19:51


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