Dog and Cat

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by Mistilyn, Aug 27, 2007.

  1. Mistilyn

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    The golde retriever one is very nice, i'm not crazy about the cat one tho
     
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    Thank you for the compliment on the golden! :) I am very pleased with the way it come out.

    Misti Luna (the cat) is not very photogenic to begin with. When she started posing for the camera this morning I couldn't resist. This was the best photo ever taken of her by anyone, ever. :)
     
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    The first one is good. Nice contrast and good perspective. The second one looks more like a snap shot... maybe more natural light would've helped a bit. I know that's especially hard with indoor cats.
     
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    Hmm.. Any advise on photographing her? The lighting was completely natural light through the very large victorian windows. The over head lights were not on and I did not use the built in flash. All I have is an Olympus D-545 Zoom camera, so please keep this in mind when giving advise.

    Like I said before, this is the best anyone has ever been able to do with her. She's not very nice to the camera usually. The colors on her face make her very difficult to photograph. I would eventually like to get a very good picture of her that I can hang on the wall. Any suggestions?
     

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