Saturday, December 8, 2012

Flip the Bird When the Weather Doesn't Agree With You !


This is one of the reasons I like to shoot RAW files with my camera.

I have plenty of RAW photos so, when it's too cold, windy and cloudy outside, I stay inside and, flip birds.

Today, I decided to try something different with this Grey-faced Buzzard Eagle.


First, I created a JPEG that was overexposed by a value of +2.


Then, I made another one, underexposed, by -2.

The photos were re-named IMGP6670L, 6670M and 6670H for Low, Medium and High.

Blended together in Adobe Photoshop Elements, I got an HDR photo.


It seemed like the photo would look better with the critter flying from left to right.

All I did was hit Image, Rotate, Flip Horizontally and it was done.

I flipped the bird !

Working with an older version (Elements 8) I'm looking at doing an upgrade.

Right now, they are all the way up to Elements 11 and have plenty of new features.










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