Cute little street cat

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  1. Samriel

    Samriel TPF Noob!

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    Just like the way it was looking at me without coming too close to me. Very curious look. Quite dark -> ISO 1600 -> noise. BUT, in B&W it might actually be a nice effect. :mrgreen:

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    Very cool shot and expression on the cat!

    Is it a crop? I only ask because I think it could benefit from some more room...or scenery....pushing the cat off to a third instead of dead center.

    But...that's just my personal preference.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Yes. Works for me in B&W and this noisy, it actually has a "scanned print"-feel to it now. And the fact that it was so dark meant that that little cat's pupils were round and large, which adds to the cute look!
     
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    I like it! The tire gives it a very candid look
     
  5. Samriel

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    Thanks for the comments. The photo is not a crop, so sadly I can't provide more space. I think there was something outside of the frame at the time that made me frame it like I did.

    @LaFoto

    Thanks for the pupils tip. I own a cat, but when photographing cats I actually never thought of it.
     

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