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Hi everyone, In the November issue of National Geographic Magazine, there is a picture of a crocodile on pages 100 and 101. The croc has his mouth open. The colors in the pic is very cool shade of blue but the open mouth of the croc reveals very warm colors. How did the photographer do that?...

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    Hi everyone,

    In the November issue of National Geographic Magazine, there is a
    picture of a crocodile on pages 100 and 101. The croc has his mouth
    open. The colors in the pic is very cool shade of blue but the open
    mouth of the croc reveals very warm colors. How did the photographer
    do that?
    Joe Kim Guest

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    On 24 Nov 2004 11:51:14 -0800, [email]palestine2000bc[/email] (Joe Kim)
    wrote:
    >Hi everyone,
    >
    >In the November issue of National Geographic Magazine, there is a
    >picture of a crocodile on pages 100 and 101. The croc has his mouth
    >open. The colors in the pic is very cool shade of blue but the open
    >mouth of the croc reveals very warm colors. How did the photographer
    >do that?
    Since this is a digital group: use a history brush in photoshop to
    restore a previous state to the mouth areas. Better a question
    though for an imaging group like .photoshop or .photos or
    ..photography. Not an slr question.

    rgds

    Ken
    Ken Ellis Guest

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    In article <386f7047.0411241151.7e48ab0fposting.google.com >,
    [email]palestine2000bc[/email] (Joe Kim) wrote:
    > *From:* [email]palestine2000bc[/email] (Joe Kim)
    > *Date:* 24 Nov 2004 11:51:14 -0800
    >
    > Hi everyone,
    >
    > In the November issue of National Geographic Magazine, there is a
    > picture of a crocodile on pages 100 and 101. The croc has his mouth
    > open. The colors in the pic is very cool shade of blue but the open
    > mouth of the croc reveals very warm colors. How did the photographer
    > do that?
    >
    Photoshop

    Peter
    Peter Hirons Guest

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    Joe Kim wrote:
    > In the November issue of National Geographic Magazine, there is a
    > picture of a crocodile on pages 100 and 101. The croc has his mouth
    > open. The colors in the pic is very cool shade of blue but the open
    > mouth of the croc reveals very warm colors. How did the photographer
    > do that?
    Looks like he got the croc to swallow a drop-light.


    Greg Evans Guest

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    LOL


    GTO Guest

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    "GTO" <gregor_oNOSPAM> writes:
    > LOL
    Merely copying AOL clearly wasn't good enough for you yahoo
    folks. You've gone and invented your own type of post.

    *sigh*

    B>
    Bruce Murphy Guest

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    > "GTO" <gregor_oNOSPAM> writes:
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    > Merely copying AOL clearly wasn't good enough for you yahoo
    > folks. You've gone and invented your own type of post.
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