Nice job. <br>Other than my initial cropping, I've been posting pictures without any post processing. I felt a naked picture would give people the best starting point for seeing what could be done to improve it. <br><br>What did you do to get your results. <br><br>
Cropping can be a tough thing, espically when you're cutting off parts of your own photograph. <br><br>I had played with a tighter image, but I opted for showing a little more clothespin to give the wasp some scale. <br><br>Yet, I like how yours turned out too. Brings much more focus to the wasp.<br><br>
I just did my normal "adjust Levels" and "Adjust Contrast" by a few points.<br>Keep in mind that I have a 2.1 pix Nikon. So 50% of the pics I take, just need a little bump<br><br>With that in mind.<br>I felt your raw image had just a bit to much Grey in the background, adjusted Levels took care of that, The Yellow Jacket Wasp I simply adjusted the contrast a few points as-well.<br><br>
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