Behind The Frame Episode 5

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The behind the frame series takes RAW wildlife images, works through the technical specifications of the image and then looks at how the image is edited in Lightroom.

In this episode I work through an image of a leopard surrounded by dense green vegetation and look at how to use the Tint slider in the basic panel.

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Very few people can tell you what their passion in life is. Even fewer will be able to tell you that what they do for a living is in fact their passion. My love for the bush and conservation took me on journey which would not only allow me to explore the continent which fascinates me so much, but to share my passion for photography and conservation with others. Be sure to check out my my website and instagram account.

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  1. Ann Nichols

    Thanks Andrew. I remember that leopard so well. Got some good shots. Thanks for the LR tips. I enjoy your weekly tips.

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  2. DaveT

    Very helpful Andrew. That tip about waiting for the animal to look up etc is great – shows the value of understanding animal behaviour and using that information to help get a better image. Thanks.

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  3. Peter V

    I enjoy the whole blog, but, for me personally, this series is the best. Thank you for sharing some valuable tips in addition to drawing our attention to the photographic possibilities on your various safari tours.

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      Andrew Beck

      HI Peter, thanks so much for the kid words.

      I’m really glad you’re enjoying the series and hope to share these sorts of tips and tricks with you first hand on safari at some stage! Is thereb anything specific you’d like me to feature in the future?

  4. Emma

    Thanks so much for this series! Learning so much watching them. Going to get back to my photos and apply some of these LR tips.

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