Menacing Steller's Sea Eagle

Japan Winter Wildlife 2020 Tour 1 Travelogue 2 (Podcast 697)

We conclude my Japan Winter Wildlife Tour #1 travelogue with the awesome Sea Eagles, a proud Northern Red Fox, and a smidgeon of landscape work.

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Martin Bailey
Martin Bailey is a nature and wildlife photographer and educator based in Tokyo. He's a pioneering Podcaster and blogger, and an X-Rite Coloratti member.
2 Comments
  • Monica Lord
    Posted at 00:13h, 06 March Reply

    Do you use the Capture One color Editor in your processing?

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 10:40h, 11 March Reply

      Hi Monica,

      Occasionally, yes. For example, the Oshin Koshin Falls shot above had a lot of brown in the ice behind the flowing water, and I used the Advanced Color Editor to select that brown and desaturate it a little.

      I do also sometimes make the feet of the eagles a little more orange when the light isn’t so good, but I didn’t do that with any of the images in this post.

      Regards,
      Martin.

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