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Mirrored Zebras (*)
Oct 31, 2004 Mark Webb

Mirrored Zebras (*)


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Mark Webb03-Nov-2004 21:49
Thanks Frank, Mary Anne. Photoshop just amazes me everytime I push myself to learn something new. -- Mark
Frank Berger02-Nov-2004 19:55
Excellent PS job - I saw the original version and I like this better. I also support the idea of including the manes of the zebras (compared to the previous version).
-Frank
ctfchallenge02-Nov-2004 16:09
I do like it better now. Did you enjoy the cloning? I remember the first time someone in the Challenge suggested that I clone out a busy background...it seemed to take forever, but it did improve the impact of the photo. Have fun Photoshopping.

Mary Anne
ctfchallenge02-Nov-2004 02:27
Well I tried your suggestion Mary Ann and I think it is better without the third zebra there. I had to learn some things in Photoshop so forgive me if it's noticeable. Thanks for the suggestion and hopefully this is a better entry. I really appreciate the comments on these challenges as it helps me to improve. Cheers -- Mark
Nugar02-Nov-2004 01:44
Well, I think the zebras are "close up" one to another. Also, the third zebra lets the viewer realize that it is not a mirror image spliced, but a real couple of zebras.
ctfchallenge01-Nov-2004 23:47
this image totally caught my attention. not sure if it is my monitor but it seems a bit bright. i agree with aam... cropping out everything but the heads may make the shot more on topic. dorys
aam1234 01-Nov-2004 18:31
Great photo! but not sure where "close up" comes in. Would suggest to crop it to include the two heads only.
The symmetry is striking, very well done indeed.
ctfchallenge01-Nov-2004 04:05
Striking composition, but I think it would benefit from including the manes of the two zebras. Also, would you consider cloning out the third zebra?

Mary Anne