Richard Sprott, APSA  


Consequences by Richard Sprott, APSA

July 2024 - Consequences

July 2024 - Richard Sprott, APSA

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You may remember my January image of a tired Buch who had had his way with a doe in my backyard. This week the consequences showed up! I cropped the image safely inn Snapseed and used the portrait filter to provide a simpler and cleaner image. I'll be interested to hear what others would do with the original?


2 comments posted




Jerry Hug   Jerry Hug
Nice work Dick. Great color and I like how the doe had one front foot up as it was ready to move on. Even with the great cropping, the quality of the little doe holds up very well. I think you did a very good job of bringing the doe out as the featured visitor.

You asked for Ideas? You could consider getting the back fence straight and you could crop off the top of the fence. More cropping? I think that you again could consider taking out some of the excess grass area and bring the doe closer. If this caused the resulting image to be sort of weak, you could use Topaz AI and other Topaz products to clean up any areas that show any weakness.   Posted: 07/07/2024 08:38:49



Robert Barley   Robert Barley
Great opportunity to see some wildlife in your own backyard. The bird feeders provided problems that were difficult to overcome, and I'm sure you didn't want to frighten the animals by approaching them. I agree with Jerry that straightening relative to the fence would be good. Other than using AI to remove the feeder in front of the doe, I can't recommend more.
  Posted: 07/10/2024 16:33:16



 

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