Saturday, November 29, 2008

Photoshopped Buck




This is the same buck featured in yesterday’s post

I took the liberty to replace his broken antler beam with a little bit of Photoshop magic. Hopefully this buck will still be roaming SNP next autumn with a full rack.

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21 comments:

Lapa37 said...

Great picture

i beati said...

super cool idea..sandy

Unknown said...

Way cool!

Kelly said...

Very good idea and neat to see the "before and after" Beatufiul Buck!

Cathy said...

I saw "This is the same buck..." and thought Wait a second! Excellent job in Photoshop!

Gemma Wiseman said...

He looks so very handsome and proud in this shot! He looks as if he is posing for you!

Unknown said...

Wow you did a great job in photoshop. Interesting effect with the vehicle framed in his rack.

lv2scpbk said...

Their always ready to jump out in front of a car.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Salty: Not that is magic, I would have never guessed.

AphotoAday said...

Nice Photoshop work...

ratmammy said...

wow, that's a great photo!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful deer!

Ramblings of a Villas Girl said...

Hi Salty! Very handsome buck. I love the way he is looking at you. Like he is trying to tell you something.

Stupid question time. What is the web address for Photoshop? Lisa

Kahshe Cottager said...

Love how you have done cosmetic surgery on the buck! He looks very handsome and nobody would have known about the broken antler! You sure do manage to get lots of photos of deer! They are staying well out of sight here!

Brad Myers said...

Another great shot Salty. Your photoshop skills are far ahead of mine.

Lilli & Nevada said...

What a great photo

Becky said...

One would never know you repaired that antler. Great job!

Leedra said...

You are good with photoshop. Don't know the first thing about it. You did good.

Shelley said...

You'd make an excellent plastic surgeon! :-)

EG CameraGirl said...

Oh, you really have fixed him up, haven't you? !

Anonymous said...

Beautiful animal..Hope he survives the hunt and the winter and that you see him next year..