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Aug 29, 2008 01:05 as a reply to  @ post 6201355 |  #16

Wow a bobcat in your yard!
Nice shot.

All we get are rabbits and racoons. lol


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Aug 29, 2008 21:04 |  #17

I hope you dont mind but i edited your photo nice photo by the way.I incresed the brightness alittle bit put some contrast and added some sharpen on it boosted the colors put a warming filter on it all done in PS elements photos taken at night time are quite cool i love this image tell me what you think.Take care Sean .L:)

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Aug 31, 2008 16:31 |  #18

silverwolf wrote in post #6206566 (external link)
I hope you dont mind but i edited your photo nice photo by the way.I incresed the brightness alittle bit put some contrast and added some sharpen on it boosted the colors put a warming filter on it all done in PS elements photos taken at night time are quite cool i love this image tell me what you think.Take care Sean .L:)

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Wow Sean I like that, thanks




  
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Aug 31, 2008 17:12 |  #19

That is definitely not your average back yard kitty! Nice shots. You might consider a little photoshop adjustment . . . removing some of the excess cyan and bump up the contrast a tad. But the execution is otherwise very good.

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Aug 31, 2008 19:37 as a reply to  @ BDM's post |  #20

Hey man your welcome.Question what lens was this taken with this is very sharp if its a crop.Take care Sean .L


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Aug 31, 2008 19:39 |  #21

Beautiful! Nice shot! :)


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Aug 31, 2008 20:02 as a reply to  @ post 6201355 |  #22

He is beautiful. Thanks for sharing.




  
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Aug 31, 2008 23:12 |  #23

I fished Cairns Pool on the Beaverkill River in April (Hendrickson hatch for those who know what I am talking about.) I caught a bunch of really nice browns. Midway through the fishing, a huge bobcat scaled down the mountain on the far side of the river, about 80 feet away. He was maginficent. I was the only one who saw him for about 10 seconds til I told my buddy to look. My friend had a Canon 30D with a 300mm L lens in the car. As soon as he saw the cat and turned to get the lens, the bobcat bounced up 40 ft of mountain in just a few leaps.

It was amazing - like watching spiderman scale a building! I would have traded every fish caught for one picture of that bobcat. I may never see another ............

Good for you:)




  
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Sep 01, 2008 10:44 |  #24

silverwolf wrote in post #6216092 (external link)
Hey man your welcome.Question what lens was this taken with this is very sharp if its a crop.Take care Sean .L

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