Inverted Dolphin - Clearwater 2006

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  1. Pirate!!

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    Ahoy!

    Here's something you don't see every day! A capture of a wild dolphin leaping in the wake of our boat. Except I've negative imaged the photo to create this version which looks the business.

    I've actually got four dolphins leaping together (also negative imaged) which I am awaiting delivery of the canvas print from intelligence-direct which will be adorning a wall somewhere in the house.

    The un-edited image posted would've made a nice entry into this months photo comp, but was taken in November 2006. EXIF embedded in image.
     
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    Cool :cool:
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    Looks like he's diving out of an oil slick. Can you post the original as well please?

    Glad you took it in November otherwise my tame squirrel and distant coot would look rather disappointing in comparison.
     
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    yeah lets see the original:) looks like a great photo, but im not to keen on what you've done with it looks a bit like those naff 80s posters, sorry, post the original:)
     
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    Ahoy Tobers!

    By your command . . .
     
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    ooppps spoke to soon, you have posted the original! awesome! :)
     
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    Very nice indeed! He looks like such a happy chap as well.
     
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    Thanks, I do like the invert feature as it gives a quite different perpective to the image. Just a personal thing. Shooting off a moving boat was hard enough . . capturing an image was a real bonus.
     
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    Anyway, I've fixed it using my own inverting feature. I'm sure you'll agree it is a great improvement. Got to keep with the thread title!

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    My error! I should have stated the photo had been negative imaged. It's called 'invert' in CS2.
     

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