My rabbit Arthur


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karihoka

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Well, It's superbly rare that my rabbit would just sit there and pose for me to take a photo.
Recently got my 450D and i am trying to shoot whenever I can.

Exposure time 1/5sec
Focal Length 29mm
F-stop f/5

This photo was taken with yellow lights lighting the room, which I am finding trouble trying to edit.

I would like critique on my photography technique, as I'm still new to this. Really wanted to show that there is indeed expressions within animals as well (I think =P)

Personally I like the picture as it really shows the anger in my rabbit when I was disturbing it while it was sleeping =P
 

night86mare

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do a custom white balance if tungsten/fluorescent lighting wb does not work. your rabbit seems more sleepy than angry btw.

do you find the background cluttered? does your rabbit look photogenic here?
 

HTCahHTC

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just a suggestion.
try going eye level with your rabbit.
 

bonkers15

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Going eye level with ya pet would give a better perspective..
 

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