This IS better. The green I was referring to is right there by the tail...looks greenish from here...
Great pictures Gail....can't wait to see more! I will be going on a trip on the Monterey Bay next month...any pointers from you or the others from your photos will not be lost on me!!
I would love to try that but could you give me the steps to accomplish it? Remember I am limited in knowlege and skill. Thanks
I totally had to rely on what I know when I was there which is very limited. I had no way to down load on the other hand tho it made me really use my histogram. I think I might be starting to understand it a little more. Take a look at the link to please.
Hi Gail, welcome back. I missed this last night. I would like to throw in my 2 cents though. :) I get this wonderful shade of non-green, non-blue color of water alot here, too! Bleh. But what you might consider is using the 'multiple' blending mode to give more depth to the water, as the light is hitting it hard. What I want to see more in this shot is the water dripping off the tail. I did a quicky blend and brushed away the effect on the tail and it helps to show the drips off better. Just a thought, and lucky you to have captured this!