Photographer's Note

I decided to repost this one with some PaintShopPro and NeatImage work, in order to get some feedback from my try to improuve it :)

As i really dont work much on changing features of my photos with software, sometimes i loose oportunity to improuve its quality i guess...my basic changes are always things like contrast, sharpening and a few more...

So i would like to know if this one worthed the changes ;))
I changed curves in PSP, increased midtones a bit. Then runed Neatimage to avoid some noise. Then runed again PSP in order to improuve sharpening since i got a kind o very soft image in NE...

Well, i would like to know if theres anything different you would have tried to improuve this one...and if i did right with those changes. Im trying to get some tips to start doing a more serious work with image software, cause sometimes i think its a good solution :)

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Following the series "Sea Dreams" here is the 5th photo...only not sure if call it a dream or..a nightmare!!!! :))
Im sure that the picture is blured and with lots of noise but the "smile" of the shark is everything to me...what a sinister look too!!!

Belonging to our imaginarium since early ages these animals may be called the kings of the sea..they are simply the perfect predators! Their all body is a letal combination of stetic and efficacy. In spite of admiring these majestic animals im sure is not the kind of guy that im ansious to meet behind the corner..:)

I toke this with 1\30 shuter speed (at 400iso) in order to freeze the sharks movement. At higher speed the image would turn more dark and undetailed...this is a difficult place to photographing mouving objects since there is low light and we cant use the flash in order to not disturb the living forms in the aquarium.

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