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Camera: Sony DSC-S85
Location: Hilo,Hawaii
Galleries: Nature, Digital Art
Date Uploaded: Dec 1, 2003

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Comments: 4
Favorites: 9 (view)

Some people say anole others say chameleon. I call it a chameleon, but just to be different I'm calling it an anole.

Since I don't have Photoshop, I couldn't do the desaturation "legally". What I had to do was use the free hand selection tool and highlight everything that was not the anole and take the saturation down to -100%. Not really that difficult, but it was quite time consuming.

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12/09/2003 03:45:27 AM
Very nice job. The composition is very eye catching. The desatuaration works very good for this subject. Details are very sharp. The textures in the reptile and even the thing that he's sitting really are great.

Can't wait to see more.This will go into my favorites folder.

Message edited by author 2003-12-09 04:26:20.
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12/05/2003 09:36:56 AM
What a cool clean focused pic! I like the way the tail forms a leading line curving into the middle.
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12/02/2003 08:09:35 AM
Awesome! I love the desaturation of color.
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12/01/2003 06:12:14 PM
He's definitely an anole! In green mode. I used to keep these as a kid and they're normally referred to as American Chameleons.

This is very tasteful and it's some great post-processing too. Love it.

Message edited by author 2003-12-01 18:26:28.
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