American Bald Eagle at Busch Wildlife

Nov 9, 2012 | Animals & Wildlife, Photo Art & Montage

A few days ago I was at Busch Wildlife Sanctuary with a friend who’s never been there before. For a small little place it’s got a lot of animals and small little Florida creatures to see. They have a bunch of Bald Eagles there. This one is considered unfit for the wild so it remains in the Sanctuary to be cared for. Can you tell that I shot this through a fence? It ended up pretty cool with some textures. I was going to crop it into a square frame but I decided to keep it as is. Mainly because a lot of people do use my images for stock so I like to show them how much image they have to work with.

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Software I use for processing my photos:
Photomatix Pro – Used for creating high dynamic range.
Topaz Plugins – Photoshop enhancement plugin.
Picasa – Free photo management program.
PS Elements – Used for post processing HDR images.
Lightroom – For adding the finishing touch.

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