***Weekly Wildlife Thread: May 23rd - 29th***

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zackiedawg
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Re: A few from a rain soaked week at Burroughs Park.

Beautiful set Gary.  Hope you're not having to shoot from a canoe this past week!  Y'all been getting some serious rain.

Awesome shot of the red-headed - that's definitely one, and I've never seen or shot one yet.

Also like the shot of that juvenile red-bellied woodpecker, the green heron with the wings out, and the one up on the log.

Depending on how you use Denoise - it shouldn't strip the EXIF when used as a plugin to Photoshop or the like - it's not supposed to as a standalone but there seem to be occasional people who run into that issue.

One workaround, assuming your primary editor allows making multiple layers, is to make the Denoise AI a new file (don't write over the original), then copy it, open the original un-denoised shot, and paste the Denoise copy as a new layer, and merge them down.  That way the original still has all the EXIF, but the Denoise layer becomes the visible one.  I'm not sure if that works in Capture One or Lightroom though (Layers).

Let Topaz know as well - they're usually very good at responding to issues.

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