After badly screwing up some initial image captures, I sometimes save these types of files specifically to do some experimenting in post later on. After all… if I mess up the files even more in post I really haven’t lost anything. The upside is that I may learn something useable by experimenting in post with them.
Yesterday I was able to capture a nice AF-C run of an egret landing on a branch. This article shares some of the post processing considerations and approaches I used when working with this series of images. Continue reading Egret Landing on Branch – Post Processing Considerations
In response to reader requests, I’ve been pondering how to best address the subject of post processing bird images. After giving it some thought I’ve decided that doing one article based on a sample image (as I did for landscape photography) isn’t the best solution. So, I’ll be discussing post processing in a small selection of articles instead. This first article deals with the importance of pixels on subject. Continue reading The Importance of Pixels on Subject