Yupz... The surrounding is dark. I happen to bring out my full gear today... And some cat food... Hehehe...wong1979 said:Very beautiful cat and very nicely captured too. Were these taken at the evening with flash?
The iris is so big and round :bigeyes:
oh becos i thought there's another paw /tail behind the cat for #1jUzMoO said:Thks raptor84 and furrycake for comment. No furrycake, there is only one cat.
I likes it's coat of colors and eyes... A friend told me this feline is a pedigree breed. Her fur is a nice soft greyish with blacken strips. The eyes is yellow with black iris, sparkle and clean... A really cute furball indeed... She is friendly and I almost took it home though... But was thinking she might have a owner around as this is the 1st time I saw her around this neighbourhood. :think:
She's actually cleaning itself while I took the shorts on #1... :bsmilie: Well... Ya better not take kat back then, if not ya hammies might be on the kat menu... :sweat:furrycake said:oh becos i thought there's another paw /tail behind the cat for #1
it does look well groomed, just look at its furs and paws
and it does make a good cat model :lovegrin:
i love cats but my family wont allow me to keep and not to mention i already have 2 hammies...
Animal lover???jUzMoO said:I'm a animal lover too... Feel free to Comment.
Thanks for your comment... It is a dark enviroment with little lightings. I do have what you have mentioned in mind. Yes, cats eyes are serveral times better then humans. In fact they have a layer of filter to enable them to see very well in the dark. Dun worry, the flash wasn't on direct, I had it up on 60 with sofen on it. And each shorts are taken with a proper distance. It'll be liken a lighting to a cat in the night...Wai said:Animal lover???
Flash the cat somemore and they will go blind....permanently :nono:
It is worse if you use flash to shoot cats at night...cos the "aperture" in their eyes will open fully to allow them to see at nite (as u can see from your pic)...but if u fire a flash suddenly, they wont have time to adjust the "aperture"and this will damage the cells that enable them to see at night
even for human, you will also feel the pain in the eyes, but for us is fine because we are more conditioned to artifical flash....but cats are not...this is worse than putting them to sleep cos they will end up having accident when they cannot see clearly. :thumbsd:
okie i see clearer now, its the hind paws ;pjUzMoO said:She's actually cleaning itself while I took the shorts on #1... :bsmilie: Well... Ya better not take kat back then, if not ya hammies might be on the kat menu...