HIGH KEY COMMON SPOONBILL

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HIGH KEY COMMON SPOONBILL

This is an image of a Common Spoonbill (Platalea leucorodia). I took this picture in 2013 in Blijdorp Zoo in Rotterdam on a overcast day with the intention to create a high key image.  The bird was in focus and the exposure was good. The only things that were ruining the picture was the blurred fence and a pigeon in the background. As always i imported my pictures into Lightroom and did my lens correction and chromatic abberation correction. Then i adjusted my black and white point and corrected the color balance. After importing the picture into Photoshop CC, i got everything that i did not want in my picture out of the way and made some small final adjustments. There it was, the picture which i already envisioned in my mind, a high key common spoonbill.

Let me know how you feel about altering an image to your needs/satisfaction, i am very interested in your opinion about this subject.

Thanks and i hope to hear from you!

Technical info:

  • single image
  • @ 150mm
  • f/5
  • iso 800
  • 1/1000 sec

Programs used:

  • Photoshop CC
  • Lightroom 5
By |2017-08-13T20:03:04+01:00February 25th, 2015|Animals, Blog, Nature|0 Comments

About the Author:

My name is Boudewijn Drenkelford, born in 1985 in the Netherlands. I'm a father, boyfriend, brother and friend who likes to go out into the nature with my camera.

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