Redtailed Hawk by mikegifford
Stunning picture!
January 9th, 2021  
Wow...incredible
January 9th, 2021  
Spotted - watching you watching him/her.
January 9th, 2021  
that is fantastic!
January 9th, 2021  
Fantastic!
January 9th, 2021  
Amazing Mike. Impressive POV. It’s as if you were sitting on the rock with him
January 9th, 2021  
@grammyn I almost was....at one point he was about 30 feet away.
January 9th, 2021  
Wow! That would explain the intent stare he is giving you!
January 9th, 2021  
This is intense! A fav.
January 9th, 2021  
Wow Mike...you set a high bar for processing! Thanks for the advice earlier today...I've printed and added it to my PS notebook!
January 9th, 2021  
That look! Awesome processing
January 9th, 2021  
That's fabulous Mike. As is the other one 2 days ago. How did you get him so clear and well lit when it looks like late evening? Well impressed!
January 9th, 2021  
Beautiful capture. I went immediately to check your EXIF but, it’s one of those ones that doesn’t really show the EXIF. That happens to my images sometimes and not sure if it is the editing program I use or what.
January 9th, 2021  
Love the lighting and your fabulous focus
January 9th, 2021  
Boy are you getting the evil eye!
January 10th, 2021  
Awesome capture.
January 10th, 2021  
With attitude! Excellent.
January 10th, 2021  
@gardencat Joanne, the EXIF can get stripped when you go from your primary editor (like Lightroom) and transfer to Photoshop, and then through some filters like Topaz Labs, ON1, Helicon Focus or Filter Forge. Also if you want to try a couple of versions while editing and you do a "save as" or export a stamped layer you're working an during the edit. Lastly, when/if you export to JPG, PNG or TIF it can get lost depending on how its exported.
January 10th, 2021  
Great against the dark sky
January 10th, 2021  
@mikegifford Thanks for your input. I usually import and do primary editing in Capture One then export to Phototshop and sometimes access On1 as a plug in but the data usually come through all that. I think the stamped layer thing may have something to do with it in my case but I've never wanted to spend the time to track down what it is about certain images that has caused the stripping.
January 12th, 2021  
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