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    Default Cats says "Meow... Whats up"

    Guys, awaiting for you comments. =)


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    ah! cute! but it doesn't say "what's up" to me but more to "what you looking at!"

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    I get the feeling the w/b is a little off in this one with a slight green cast. Techincally its well composed and the detail and sharpness is there. What are you trying to achive with this picture? Maybe if you told us it would be easier to gove more tips? As I see it its a techincally sound record shot. I do not see much personality coming though (perhaps due to the relatively flat lighting)
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    Quote Originally Posted by elfvin View Post
    ah! cute! but it doesn't say "what's up" to me but more to "what you looking at!"
    It's waiting to attack and scratch my len.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raptor84 View Post
    I get the feeling the w/b is a little off in this one with a slight green cast. Techincally its well composed and the detail and sharpness is there. What are you trying to achive with this picture? Maybe if you told us it would be easier to gove more tips? As I see it its a techincally sound record shot. I do not see much personality coming though (perhaps due to the relatively flat lighting)
    Thanks dude. Now i know what am i lacking of
    Care to share on how you should snap it?
    Last edited by CliffSnap; 1st January 2007 at 10:34 AM.

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    Default Re: Cats says "Meow... Whats up"

    Its hard to say as eat cat will have a different personality. the trick is to wait or try to predict when its going to do something out of the ordinary. As the owner you should know the chracter of the animal better. What you might want to try is shooting the cat next to the window so that it catches the morning light. Kinda cliché but worth a start. I did something similar before except with the evening sun. http://www.flickr.com/photos/nick_lee/207240528/
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