Sawyer

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by EJBPhoto, Feb 5, 2007.

  1. EJBPhoto

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    *sigh* yes... oversharpened a bit- but still adorable yes? [​IMG]
     
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    Oh my. I'd love for my cat to give me that kind of face. GREAT job.
     
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    Thanks :) He's got a lot of spunk. Sharpening his eyes helped as well...hah.
     
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    somthing to remember is that your range of acceptable focus is 1/3 in front and 2/3's behind the point your focusing on, so in this case you could have focused on somthing closer or stopped it down and had the face in better focus, and still retain sharp legs.

    but very cool shot, i would like to see it in focus
     
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    Cool pic! :D
     
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    I just adore the tilt to his head. LOL everytime I scroll back up to see it, I end up tilting my head to.
     
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    I think the reason it's not completely in focus is because I was photographing a cat :) He was laying on the table so I had him more focused before he moved to a sitting position. And sometimes when it's the shot or perfect focus, you've gotta choose the shot, right? :) Thanks though... thanks for the feedback everyone.
     
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    . . . excuses excuses. . . . thats all i ever hear.

    just kidding!

    i know how it goes
     

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