Watercolor Fox

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This was the first fox image I got - from inside, but the window had too much reflection. I didn't want to toss it out as the fox coloring was great, so I used a watercolor filter on it to soften the overall effect.


Guest - Apr 20, 2007 10:46 AM EDT
Hullo Steve. I looked at your Suffering fox before responding. Thank you for the reality check. Knowing your general reaction to filters, I'm immensely pleased by your affirmation in this instance. Fortunately there are moments when filters can save a less-than-ideal image. The original here just missed (okay - my dirty windows didn't help either!!!), but the elements were solid, so I decided to go filter-exploring. I wa surprised when Rose requested a hard copy as she's more of a photo purist too! I thought his tail was rather amazing. The one we saw crossing the road was also beautiful, but lacking this one's enormous brush. We'll be outside getting the 'house' ready to roll today, so I'm not sure if he'll get as close, or even head this way. Vicki
Guest - Apr 20, 2007 02:13 AM EDT
Your filter effect has really worked well here Vicki. When I look at this fellow's beautiful bushy tail, it makes my shot of the "suffering fox" in my back garden even more poignant.
Guest - Apr 20, 2007 12:24 AM EDT
I'm glad you enjoyed him, Lorraine. Rose, the owner of the property asked for a copy of this one today. She and Mike's daughter, Ivy, raise Irish Setters and their house is full of exotic birds, cats and other dogs. Ivy saw me taking pictures earlier so Rose came down for a look-see and asked for a copy of this to print out. Vicki
Guest - Apr 19, 2007 09:56 PM EDT
Nice capture.

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