350D & 50/1.8
Centralised composition plus the aboive eye level composition dot work out well here. It makes the cat look like a very reluctant subject. I would suggest courching/lying down to eye level for those kind of straight on shots unless there are other intresting elements in the photo that you want to use to tell the story.
Lighitng is a little harsh with the direct flash bit i guess its unavoilable. 1/50 is just a guideline and there still appears to be some handshake blur present.
gees look at the equipments you have. anyway i love cats as well and it's the case where all cats will tend to have the same kinda look. go for different angles and wait for expressions. making the cat stand out among the rest. ppls would love cute cute expressions and behaviours of cats i think
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L and the speed lite..that is also after close to 1 year of reading reviews and asking for opinions..hopefully i chose wisely..
thanks Koelsch for your comment,will work on it.now i have to find a way to make that cat look cute..man the trouble i had mto make it keep still for the above shot...
wah you strike Toto or 4D ar? Or did your company give 3 month bonus
just my worthless comment..
when taking subjects.. u can try to take it from an angle or height where people normally wun see it...
from this pic, its petty boring as we normally look at cats from top...
dun feel offended ok...
well patience i have alot but time is another matter..nonetheless i will keep on trying
point noted..thanks raptor
not offended at all..actually i'm very enlightened