On 5/11/2013 11:12 AM, Bob Whitmire wrote:
> I think this mid flip is more of a decisive moment than Joel's crapping bird.
Both good looking birds. :-)
> Favorite is the pink cap looking back over her shoulder.
Ah. That's the only one that isn't a JPEG, straight out of the camera. She is
in quite a bit of shade, and a bit small,
even at 600 mm eq. So it's cropped and 'adjusted'.
This is one of the places where I can't imagine LR would do what I want,
adjusting a sharply defined masked area quite
separately from the rest of an image, then being able to feather the transition
very precisely at the pixel level. Her
body is one mask. Her face is barely visible in the original, and treated
separately from her body in another mask.
Did you have a hint that the senorita was quite differently processed than the
rest - before I pointed it out? If done
as a roll-over, the adjusted one would look unnatural. Seen alone, I think it
looks pretty natural - and the subject
looks much nicer. :-P
I almost brought the shady side of her body down a bit more, but decided to
pretend that there was a light colored sea
of flowers or wall just off to the left and the lighting was a little less
harsh. Or I had an assistant with a fill
> Thanks for the señorita fix. It seems our formerly preeminent señorita
> snapper has fallen off his game. <wink>
Glad to be of assistance. ;-) My usual shooting haunts give me fewer
opportunities than Nathan, but I do what I can. A
warm weekend at the botanic garden brings out more kinds of flowers than one
might imagine. :-)
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