Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2008/04/19

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Subject: [Leica] IMG: The cardinal redone
From: mark at (Mark Rabiner)
Date: Sat Apr 19 08:31:24 2008

> Mark Rabiner <> wrote:
>> Doug!  What kind of Photoshopping are we talking about here  which 
>> distorts
>> the truth of the bird and its habitat?
> If image editing removes the clutter of dense brush so that the bird 
> appears
> to be in the open it's been moved from one habitat to another.  Some birds
> will never be seen away from dense brush, some are typically open-country
> birds and would not be found in dense brush.  In the case of the Cardinal, 
> as
> Len explained, the bird may be found in either dense brush or singing in 
> the
> open.
> Doug Herr

Isn't this what also what often happens when you photograph them with a very
long lens?

Mark William Rabiner

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