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Monkey (20)
dormoy Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 36 W: 2 N: 41] (218)
I took that picture in the Bronx Zoo (New York). The monkey was in a dark area, behind a glass. The glass was dirty. I used a flash that I oriented upward from a low position. In fact the monkey was staring at the flash as he was intrigued. The flash was connected to my camera with an extension cord using the hot shoe of the Camera. Then when I took the picture (having the flash in my left hand and the camera in the right hand) the flash created a reflection on the glass. I was lucky that the background was distant from the animal and therefore stayed dark. The question is : should the animal be centered in the frame ? or left as it is in the right hand side ??

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dormoy Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 36 W: 2 N: 41] (218)
crop/unsharp mask
Edited by:ljsugarnspice Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 78 W: 17 N: 55] (313)

All I did was crop it up and make the border, then sharpened it very slightly with PS unsharp mask... like 500%, .2 pixels and threshold: 1.

I hope you like it!