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This beautiful tiger is free from his cage at the Big Cat rescue in Tampa, but only in this layered photo. He looks so peaceful and majestic against the pretty sky, free like he was meant to be. Thanks for looking. Don


Gemini3 - May 19, 2009 11:24 AM EDT
Stunning simply stunning, such a majestic creature, pure beauty but alas so deadly. You just can't deny the beauty in this animal, just totally love them...
Guest - Jul 05, 2007 03:59 PM EDT
Don: A beautiful idea: The tiger and the heaven, great! Nice work.
Guest - Jun 13, 2007 07:47 PM EDT
An eye catching image, lovely work.
Guest - Apr 08, 2007 11:25 AM EDT
WOW!! what a great job you did on this one,fantastic.
Guest - Apr 07, 2007 05:07 PM EDT
Beautiful and Bold!! Majestic pose, looking out over his kingdom!! The markings, as mentioned, ARE beautiful! Oh, Well Done, Don!
Guest - Apr 07, 2007 01:53 PM EDT
well executed don me old china ....and glad you said it was layered ad me fooled x
Guest - Apr 07, 2007 07:45 AM EDT
Excellent job!
Guest - Apr 07, 2007 05:05 AM EDT
What a beautiy. fantastic background also love the clouds they add to the mood nicely
Guest - Apr 07, 2007 02:04 AM EDT
Have to put this shot in the Top Photomanship folder. Great pic Donny boy. Natural Talent.......def
Guest - Apr 06, 2007 10:53 PM EDT
beautiful image of a beautiful animal. what lovely markings he has
Guest - Apr 06, 2007 08:53 PM EDT
A great composite, Don. Was this taken during your recent wedding trip to Florida? This is terrific. You're right Don - when creating composites it is important to watch lighting directions and consider different variables when assembling them.
Guest - Apr 06, 2007 06:23 PM EDT
EX shot love the sky, perfect image.
Guest - Apr 06, 2007 05:47 PM EDT
Beautiful photo of the Tiger! Carol
Guest - Apr 06, 2007 05:05 PM EDT
Thanks Mary and OB! I just used the basic photo program that came with the camera. Arcsoft Photostudio 5.5 for Canon. It is just what I'm used to. The work was all done by hand erasing, really simple, but a little time consuming. I think the trick to making a decent layered photo is having shots that compliment each other. Not always easy, I usually try 5 or 6 different backgrounds until one catches my eye. And ones that I like may not always suit others tastes I've found, lol. I'm glad you 2 like this one. There is a problem with Arcsoft that I should mention. Recently I've had to re-size my photos in another program as they do not up-load to the LF site or Yahoo properly if I don't. Some sort of Glitch that Mary discovered while trying to help me figure it out, very strange. Thanks again for the kind words. Don
Guest - Apr 06, 2007 04:17 PM EDT
Fantastic shot of a super animal, and you are extremely good at editing & collage of photos. I too am curious as to which program did you use.
Guest - Apr 06, 2007 01:37 PM EDT
A stunning capture of this majestic beautiful animal. Beautiful editing Don. Which program did you use?

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