Poweruser: I like the damaged originals better.
It does not matter if you like it or not. The main question is, are the victims glad to have such a restoration or not. And while it is free of charge it is something like a present. If you do not like it, you will discard it but the one who give the gift is hoping the receiver will enjoy the present.And I think most victims of such tragedies are glad with most restorations. (to prevent more pain and sorrow the pictures should be restored with some dignity, I agree :-) Hopefully most victims will be helped by this!
Very nice picture.Such a beautiful animal and well captured.I would fix the eyes though.The flash reflection of its retina is distracting...
I'm no fan of flashlight so I'm wondering how this picture would have looked without.
Keep up the good work!grt,Alex
Beautifull framed, Very nice exposure with perfect blurred background, sharp and good timed!This one is awesome!
magic moment, magic capture!
If it is realy real ;-) Than it is a very nice shot.I do not doubt the road, but it looks a bit like the coyote is glued on to the road.It is something about the lighting/shadow and the surface were the feet touches the ground. Also the coyote looks more sharp and less grained than the surroundigs. But again if it is real, good job. It kept me looking for some time ;-)
Is this real?It looks like a photoshop trick.Something doesn't feel right.
Nice pic, but would love to see the coffee.It is now somewhat.... empty
Though the picture does nothing special to me aswell, I also see that these chairs are cloned with photoshop or something.That breaks down any special composition it might have had if taken original.Than again, a lot of people do like your photo so congrat.grt,accw