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Tomatito
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Dung fly

Post by Tomatito »

Hello guys

I found a dung fly few days ago so I decided to do some stacking, I am not sure what lens I have used because I've done more stacks with different lenses and I have postprocessed photo few days later.

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Post by canonian »

Tomáš, again beautiful done and raizorsharp!

Looking at previous posts your shots almost reads as a signature.
Very clean specimen, a high level of quality and heavy use of PP.
With quality like this I allways hesitate to post my own pictures, and I lack the Photoshop skills.
Is the red background added in PP and how do you manage this gradient look?

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Post by Tomatito »

canonian wrote:Tomáš, again beautiful done and raizorsharp!

Looking at previous posts your shots almost reads as a signature.
Very clean specimen, a high level of quality and heavy use of PP.
With quality like this I allways hesitate to post my own pictures, and I lack the Photoshop skills.
Is the red background added in PP and how do you manage this gradient look?
Thank you for your opinion :)

The background is half original half photoshoped..that darker color is origi, that orange halo is added..
Tomas Rak

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Post by lauriek »

Very nice as usual Tomas!

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Post by twebster »

Wow, this is just gorgeous. I didn't know a dung fly could look so good. Well done!
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