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      Henry Myers




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      Registered: February 2015
      Location: White River
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      · Date: Mon 9/4/2018 · Views: 138

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  1.   Tue 10/4/2018 05:38
    1. gertkotze
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      Registered: July 2016
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      Pragtig . Baie mooi pose.
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  1.   Tue 10/4/2018 17:24
    1. Henry Myers

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      Registered: February 2015
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      Dankie Gert.

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  1.   Sat 14/4/2018 16:06
    1. JonathanSellors
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      Registered: January 2014
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      Stunning image Henry, I would try lightening the black around the eye to make the detail of the eye more visible. In LR you can use the brush with masking to achieve this quite easily.
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  1.   Wed 18/4/2018 06:04
    1. Henry Myers

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      Thanks Jonathan. Will try it.

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