Tiger*

Uploaded: September 22, 2006

Description

This photo was taken around noon in hot sunlight. Half of the image was worthless because of unwanted items in the scene. What can I do? Crop. Sharpen. Burnt filter. Erase red filter effect from tiger. Lighten and Darken filter (2x) to give a night effect. Buzz. Flood. Now, I'm ready for a caption. Any suggestions?

Comments

Kay E. Mahoney level-classic September 22, 2006

Beautiful. Love the effects. #527323

David P. Breeden September 23, 2006

Looks very good to me. I really like it. Looks sureal #3351314

Lisa J. Boulden level-classic December 18, 2007

Such an interesting and surreal image!
Well done, Stephen!
--Lisa #5223299

Richard P. Lussier March 19, 2008

Very creative image, Stephen! I have a suggestion on the caption:

The tiger ponders profoundly, "Who is this Tony character, and why do they keep calling me that?" #5663577


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