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What does it look like on your monitors. On my laptop, it looks good - You can see the eye without trying to hard. It is dark but clearly evident. On another computer it looks a little too dark-you can only make out the eye if you try really hard.

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On my monitor at the office I have to strain to see anything at all. It's the rostrum of a moray eel, right?

 

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James

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Wow, I run a sort of dual monitor setup at work. I dock my laptop with the screen up, and have it plugged into a CRT monitor. Amazing the difference in the 2 as I drag this thread back and forth.

 

On my CRT, I can barely see just the front Teeth of the first shot. And shot 2 is clearly the best.

 

But when I drag it over to the laptop screen, I can see the eye in the first shot, which looks by far the best, and shots 2 and 3 are completely blown out, with what looks like pixelated backscatter.

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On my screen only the tip of the snout & the jaws show on shot 1 but I really like it - sorta like the first view of "Alien" or a jurassic park raptor as the jaws loom in the dark over the head of the unsuspecting victim. Very atmospheric! Of the modified ones I think the first is better. Did you use thePS dodge tool to bring out the head in shot 3?

Leslie

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The first picture is straight out of the camera. On the first modifyed one I took the origional full res veriosn and made a slight levels adjustment and dodged they eye starting. On the second one started with the websized version of the origional(this may be why you see a lot of noise in it) and I Made a major levels adjustment layer and then erased it everywhere but the eels face.

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