Smile for the camera - please!
|Copyright: John Stewart (jstewart)
|Date Taken: 2003|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2005-07-30 13:38|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|There are lots of frogs and toads on TN, and here's my contribution. I believe this to be the common green frog, Rana clamitans. It is found all over Eastern Canada. They are about 9cm long. The green-ness can be even more marked than on this one. This should be a female: the male has a yellower throat and a bigger ear drum, I believe.|
This little lady seemed to be on valium - all she would do is lazily blink as I stuck my camera right up to her.
As an class exercise in using Photoshop, I cropped this, used levels and hue, cloned out some extraneous twigs, and cloned out some white reflections.
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- [2005-07-30 13:51]
very fine macro John,
the details are good, the cropp is well made and the colours are good, I like the shot, good job,
- [2005-07-30 14:57]
Very nice colors, light and details in this picture...TFS...Ina...
- [2005-07-30 17:00]
Well this is stunning contribution John. The exposure and DOF is excellent and I like the composition.
Very well done and thanks for posting.
Good POV and DOF, I like the composition. Great sharpness, well done.
this lady is a very spooky looking frog. I like it. Good work.