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Discussion in 'People Photography' started by CASAgurl25, Oct 5, 2007.

  1. CASAgurl25

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    you can critique all you want. im looking for improvement.

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    Mmmkay - I'm not a pro by no means, but the first couple things i would do is to make sure your subject is in focus. 2nd would be to isolate your subject somehow. Of course this depends on what you want to express - but in this particular shot, i would take a few steps back from the cat and zoom in a little. This will lower the dept of field. I would probably try shooting the cat from a slight angle...keeping the head toward me. Make sure the focus is on the eyes...oh, and i wouldn't use a flash. :) (I see that you did on 1, maybe 2 of them)
    good luck!
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    Try not to cut off the ears...
     
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    gotcha! i have TONS of the cat. So there are better ones that I've done.
     
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    i thought the cat would be in focus since my subject was her face and not her ears.

    thanks for the tip. i have TONS of pics of the cat. She my fave subject.
     

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