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    Found this stray around my neighbourhood basking in the sun. Tried to approach this feline from a low angle to capture that sleepy expression as she was just fed by a kind hearted lady. Wished that I've got more time to recompose the pic for a cleaner BG, but my model just refuse to pose for me anymore. Your comments and critics please.
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    I do not really get that 'sleepy' look as you mentioned but more of one deep in contemplation. I love the warm lighting and the mood captured. I have one crop suggestion below to help draw more attention to the face I can take it down if you wish.

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    the closer crop is better. was going to suggest that u do a crop of the face only, but someone has done that already =)
    careful abt the exposure though...it's almost going to overexposure land

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    Quote Originally Posted by raptor84 View Post
    I do not really get that 'sleepy' look as you mentioned but more of one deep in contemplation. I love the warm lighting and the mood captured. I have one crop suggestion below to help draw more attention to the face I can take it down if you wish.

    Point noted. I'm no expert in animal moods but after a good meal like that I won't mind falling asleep under the sun
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    Quote Originally Posted by nysheng View Post
    the closer crop is better. was going to suggest that u do a crop of the face only, but someone has done that already =)
    careful abt the exposure though...it's almost going to overexposure land
    Thanks! will be more careful next time
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