Cat Pictures

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Ben Schwartz, May 27, 2008.

  1. Ben Schwartz

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    I think if you aren't out and are just sitting around at home, a cat is a pretty good subject of photography. They have many emotions and such, I took a few - lmk what you think.

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  2. forgottengrower

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    i love cats...for me are the best pet ever...soon i'll post you some pics of mine :)
     
  3. forgottengrower

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    here's mine...
    in adoration of a little butterfly...
    "hmm can you see that flying thing?"
    "yeah...maybe taste good..."

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    I too love shooting my puss.

    Here is teh Pedro!!!

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  5. Ben Schwartz

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    Some more:

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  6. JustAnEngineer

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    The cats look very charming. Would they look more charming with full ears? They've been cropped out of the frame in all but two of these shots.

    I like the perspective of the first one in your last post, with the (enormous!) paw outstretched toward the camera.
     
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    Try to play with focusing a bit more. I usually get the focus on their nose or eyes. Are the outdoor cats?If so, try getting some shots of them outside, there's a lot more play room for you and the cat(s)!
     
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    Try to play with focusing a bit more. I usually get the focus on their nose or eyes. Are the outdoor cats?If so, try getting some shots of them outside, there's a lot more play room for you and the cat(s)!
     
  9. forgottengrower

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    i agree with Jrmdb3...the focus on eyes or nose is the better way,i'll try today on evening :)
     
  10. Ben Schwartz

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    Yeah I'll try to get more ears in there.
     

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