A Bird in the Hand

Discussion in 'Digital SLR' started by Robert R Kircher, Jr., Oct 24, 2005.

  1. Click Show EXIF. It will be the same as the final version.
    Robert R Kircher, Jr., Oct 26, 2005
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  2. Robert R Kircher, Jr.

    erics Guest

    Thanks for calling me an intelligent person. I'm glad you are able recognise
    one when you are in their company.
    erics, Oct 26, 2005
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  3. Robert R Kircher, Jr.

    Guest Guest

    As you answered a 'stupid' question I think that rules you out, unless you
    agree that you are inadequate.
    Guest, Oct 26, 2005
  4. Robert R Kircher, Jr.

    erics Guest

    You think? That does surprise me.
    erics, Oct 26, 2005
  5. Robert R Kircher, Jr.

    erics Guest

    How do you know you "never cared if he cheated", if you don't know what
    "cheated" means!

    Thanks for the affectionate statement, but the feeling isn't the same here.

    Note to self - stop responding to time wasters!
    erics, Oct 26, 2005
  6. Robert R Kircher, Jr.

    Cheryl Harms Guest

    I hate to disagree with you. His image does not look like he "photoshopped"
    it. If he had, I think he would have brightened it up more. But I think if
    he had done that then you wouldn't have been able to see the ghost of a
    spider web that is there between the hand and sleeve of the statues where
    the bird is perched.
    Cheryl Harms, Oct 26, 2005
  7. Not only that but I would have removed the bird droppings on the hand under
    the bird, which I will before I print it. And I don't think I would have
    lightened it much more; I think the darkness lends to the image. Lastly,
    although I do have enough PS knowledge to remove droppings I don't think I
    have enough to have created the image from multiple images.

    Robert R Kircher, Jr., Oct 27, 2005
  8. Robert R Kircher, Jr.

    Harry Guest

    The things you could do if you had a brain! Amazing...
    Harry, Oct 27, 2005
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