From One, Many — No. 2

As shot (cropped and straightened)

Processed in DxO PhotoLab 3

And from there . . .

Different outputs using Nik Collection, Lightroom, Topaz, and stuff:

Getting a B&G&W photo I liked proved surprisingly difficult.

This one isn’t bad . . .

Nik Collection Silver Efex Pro 2

. . . but I kept tweaking; hence the title of the post. All are monochrome, some are B&G&W.

That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.

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Odd guy with odd views living an odd life during odd times.
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12 Responses to From One, Many — No. 2

  1. AnnMarie says:

    From his stance, looks like he definitely posed to show off his antlers for the benefit of the shot . . . very nice! Love the last greenish tint one.

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  2. GP Cox says:

    Love that profile shot – you don’t often see that.
    Of the other ones, my favorite color is the one in top-right and favorite B/W is in the bottom-right.

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  3. oneowner says:

    For a straight nature shot, the Processed in DxO PhotoLab 3 looks the best to me. But sometimes that’s not enough to satisfy one’s creative urge. For me, it would be the black and white that is the most satisfying. Your mileage may vary.

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  4. OH, my gosh! What a handsome, majestic fellow!
    And your photos of him are spectacular! Love seeing all the different photos…after you worked your magic.
    I can’t pick a fav pic…each is beautiful and unique! But I am partial to the B&G&W photos!
    We see elk and they are often in small herds. Sometimes when they want to cross the highway, you just have to stop and sit in your car and let them. Ha. What else can one do. Well, except take photos of them!
    HUGS!!! :-)

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  5. seekraz says:

    Magnificent animal…wonderful image.

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