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Bird voiced tree frog #3077
04/18/06 03:11 PM
04/18/06 03:11 PM
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Julie Offline OP
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These are supposed to be in west TN in swampy areas. I am on the opposite side of the state in a suburb. This is the second one we have found this spring




Re: Bird voiced tree frog [Re: Julie] #3078
04/18/06 09:03 PM
04/18/06 09:03 PM
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Julie,
great shots. Very nice selective focus.

Jim


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Re: Bird voiced tree frog [Re: Jim Garvie] #3079
04/18/06 09:10 PM
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Julie,
Nicely done. I really like that first one. Looking at the dust, I am assuming that these are rather small?


Thanks, Jeff
Re: Bird voiced tree frog [Re: JeffDinPA] #3080
04/18/06 09:17 PM
04/18/06 09:17 PM
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It was about an 1.5in long. The second shot was done on my husband's hand(he is wearing gloves) If that gives any scale

Re: Bird voiced tree frog [Re: Julie] #3081
04/18/06 11:23 PM
04/18/06 11:23 PM
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Both nice shots with good use of DOF...but I really like the first one with the reflection.

Roman

Re: Bird voiced tree frog [Re: RomanJohnston] #3082
04/19/06 01:03 AM
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Great images, Julie! The DOF, was this done in photoshop or in camera? Which lens were you using for this?

Lou

Re: Bird voiced tree frog [Re: Loopman] #3083
04/19/06 07:26 AM
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I used a 50mm f2 macro, with the first at f4.5 and the second at 2.8 The photoshopping I did was levels, a warming filter(they came out too cool for my taste) and bumped the saturation a hair. Then I resized and sharpened.

I have a love for shallow dof, I am not sure why, maybe it is just novel to me

Re: Bird voiced tree frog [Re: Julie] #3084
04/19/06 04:52 PM
04/19/06 04:52 PM
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Hey Julie,

I do much the same thing in my pet portraiture. I love to have the parts that I am working on in focus but having everything else shallow.

Great work!

James

Re: Bird voiced tree frog [Re: James Morrissey] #3085
04/20/06 01:36 PM
04/20/06 01:36 PM
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Those really are nice!

Re: Bird voiced tree frog [Re: Tony Bynum] #3086
04/29/06 03:30 PM
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Excellent shots, Julie


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