Another try with my DSLR and kitty =) ~Kinda Pic heavy~

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    My other pic wasn't that bad, but I decided to give it another go. Let me know what you guys think.

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    Hehe, the one below is cute...

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    Photobucket really distorts the pictures :( hhmm

    ~Nikki~
     
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    Cute kitten! I can't get a photo of my cat easily, he prefers to come over and bunt the camera and then wants to play!! I love the second photo though it kinda bugs me I can see your reflection in the kitten's eyes.
     
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    She usually does that too but she was sleeping when I first went in the room so I got her easily. Yea it was bugging me too that I could see myself...:lol:. Thank you though.

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    Love the quote.....****Beauty is in the eye of the camera holder*****
     
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    The second image is really good.

    The third image is okay (too centered).

    The first and last images have blown out hot spots that are really distracting.
     
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    I saw the originals, these are much better, well done, prefer the colouring and focus. Well done !
     
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    I really like number 2 as well. That is a good pic.
     
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    Thanks you, I made it up :mrgreen:.

    Thank-you, yes I realize that the third one is definitly really centered now, thank you for pointing that out to me.
    Yea I noticed the hot spots too after I took them but I still liked the pics...lol.

    Thank you very much...how did you see the originals?

    Thank you very much.
     
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    Can we see some action shots?? Or do you have a lazy kitty like mine.
     
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    I'm not to jack your thread, but I figured I'd post this pic I took. I was visiting my parents and took a pic of their cat while she was taking a nap. I think she is around 2 years old. Just a B&W shot, but I liked the way it came out.

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    I really like them, toning down the highlits, and lightening the shadows would help them.
     

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