Indian Rhino Spa
- arfer (0)
- [2007-03-25 21:12]
I am impressed with your travel just as much as your wonderful exotic animal shots.A lovely shot of this mud bathing rhino. I particularly like the attentive ears.Nicely composed with sharp details.TFS
Good Grief... a rhino taken from the back of an elephant! You do get around. It is an interesting shot, though looks a tad oversharpened on my monitor. Thanks for sharing your broad world with my narrow one!!
Evelynn : )
- delic (898)
- [2007-03-26 4:45]
That's a very impressive shot, esp. considering the vantage point. Aside from what Evelynn pointed out, try to play with contrast, curves, highlight/shadow controls on CS2. I have no specific recipe to suggest but it might help with the glare, etc.
- Adanac (21378)
- [2007-03-26 7:49]
Darn a good soak in the water must feel like heaven to them,
Great composition with good detail and colors, thanks for sharing
- ramthakur (56953)
- [2007-03-26 12:54]
Though the image has been converted from the original slide, the essential appeal of this close-up shot of the Indian rhino wallowing in water is fully intact.
The angle of light creating two contrasting zones of light and shade on the face and the exposed body of the rhino give the image a three-dimensional look.
I trekked all over Nepal in my younger days but missed Chitwan National Park.
- AnimalExplorer (1997)
- [2007-03-27 18:22]
The quality of the scanned slide doesn't do this great capture any justice, I personally would re-scan the slide and see if you can achieve better contrast levels. If you scan at a high resolution then you shouldn't have any problems with resolution issues. TFS James. :)
- Argus (50626)
- [2007-03-28 12:37]
Interesting shot and note about the Indian Rhino. Though this shot is a little oversharpened after scanning and before loading, it is nicely composed and presented.
TFS and best wishes, Ivan