Longhorns in NE Ohio! I took this photo the other day with my, new to me, D750. I had to stick my 85mm lens through a small opening in the wire fence, so didn't have a lot of flexibility, as far as composing the shot. Challenging lighting and not yet being very proficient with the camera didn't help either. Therefore, I'm looking to see what can be done, in post processing, to create an impactful image. What better place than with the experts here! Btw, I have not yet processed this photo myself. Hopefully, the fact this image is not taken with a Mu-43 camera is not a problem. If so, just let me know and I'll post something else. Good luck everyone and have fun! JPEG straight from the camera https://www.dropbox.com/s/u18ppin82gp5rqf/Longhorn JPEG.jpg?dl=0(jpg) Dropbox - Longhorn RAW.psd(raw) This Challenge will close Wednesday 10/19/16 at 11:00pm eastern time U.S. 72-Hour Post-Processing Challenge Rules The Challenge Master provides an image or images to be "improved" upon by way of post-processing, as well as a closing date for entries. Entrants are to post their entries, visible in this thread, at a resolution of 1000 to 1600 pixels in the longest dimension, prior to the closing date. Each entrant is allowed two entries in the Challenge. At the close of the Challenge, the Challenge Master will select a Winner and a Runner-up. The Winner of the challenge is honored as the Master of the next Challenge. Notes: The image used for the challenge must be the Challenge Master's own image. The image is posted solely for the purpose of this Challenge; it is not posted to invite critique or criticism nor for other uses. If Entrants post their entries at a photo sharing site, they should credit the owner of the original image. "Improve" is a subjective term, and may include many creative ideas, as well as traditional "fixing". The Challenge Master agrees that Entrants may make any changes they deem fit in their entries. Entrants are strongly encouraged to share the tools and techniques used for their entries, however this is not a requirement for entry. As we all know, beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. The Challenge Master is encouraged (but not required) to state the criteria used to decide upon a Winner. While we may not all agree with the result, the Challenge Master's decision is final. Please refrain from posting adverse comment. If the Winner is unable to post a new Challenge within five days, the honor passes to the Runner-up.