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Oct 02, 2008 20:34 |  #1

Not sure how well this works, just looking for some insight, thanks!


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Oct 02, 2008 20:50 |  #2

I like it. It looks clean and simple. Some of the highlights look blown (the separation between the cat and the cement) but it isn't totally objectionable.


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Oct 02, 2008 22:32 as a reply to  @ patterson.photo's post |  #3

Thanks! The blown highlights weren't intentional but i think they work.


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Oct 02, 2008 23:01 |  #4

The photo has a nice relaxing feel to it.
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1) Did you vignette the edges? If you did, it might be giving the effect of limiting the dynamic range of the image; pushing the highlights on one side of the cat and almost fading to black on the other side.

2) Was it cropped too much? Probably can be better had the cat-shadow not been cut.

3) Perhaps the horizontal allignment can be a little better. Kinda crooked.

4) Kepp shooting.


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