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Apr 07, 2007 00:48 |  #1

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Apr 08, 2007 16:42 |  #2

Technicallly the shot needs a lot of work, but it's interesting nevertheless, did you catch any more of this prowling moggy??


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Apr 09, 2007 18:06 |  #3

mijbril wrote in post #3006813 (external link)
Technicallly the shot needs a lot of work, but it's interesting nevertheless, did you catch any more of this prowling moggy??


Such as? I think it is fine and it is how it looked when I took the picture.




  
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Apr 13, 2007 04:43 |  #4

gooble wrote in post #3012789 (external link)
Such as? I think it is fine and it is how it looked when I took the picture.

Since you asked, the blurred foliage is both distractingly in the way & over-exposed as well. Same goes for where the sun strikes the white part of the cat.

Not that you can exactly ask a cat to move into more suitable lighting conditions (well, you could ask, not sure what sort of answer the cat would give, depends on the cat I guess).

Which is why I asked was there more than one shot :)

But most important is that you like it :)


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