My neighbors cat

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    Beautiful looking cat
     
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    I have a cat that looks like this one. Is he/she black or dark gray? I think I'd crop some off the top, and add a little contrast. Everything looks a little too gray.
     
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    He is dark gray. I took ur advice and edit it, does it look better?
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    second one looks better with the tighter crop! might even want to contrast and sharpen the cat a bit more.
    cute :)
     
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    Yes, the second one is better, but as the last poster said, it may benefit from more contrast. I'd also crop more of the empty space from the top. Have you tried Curves in Photoshop?
     

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