Cat Portrait

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    • #111757
      Luis R. Lebron
      Participant

      Here’s a picture of one of our cats. What do you think?

      Prudencio_ls.jpg by Luis R. Lebron on Light Stalking

      Luis

    • #111813
      Jonathan
      Participant

      Cute cat, but the shadows on its eyes make it a less than stellar shot. Cutting of the ears is also a but of a no no when taking pictures of animals.

    • #111817
      P Marione
      Blocked

      The black eyes give it a zombie look that is perfect for this week… 🙂

    • #111840
      Ravi
      Participant

      Sorry buddy, this is not a pleasing portrait. Shadows on the eyes, the framing, cropping all need correction.

    • #111867
      Luis R. Lebron
      Participant

      I agree with the shadows under the eyes. But I do not see any problems with the framing or the cropping. How would you change it?

    • #111905
      P Marione
      Blocked

      You certainly can’t cut the ear.

    • #111940
      Ravi
      Participant

      You can change the cropping if you cropped but retained the original. You can’t change the composition (framing) – you will have to take another photo for that.

    • #111954
      Guy Housewright
      Participant

      I would get down lower – eye level with the cat. The top down look does not work for me in this particular shot. Also, the table or whatever he/she is laying on is kind of distracting right in front of the cat’s head. Cute little one though!

    • #112060
      Luis R. Lebron
      Participant

      I entirely agree with a lower angle. However, trying to get a cat to sit still for a portrait is not an easy feat. I just took advantage of the fact he decided to lay on the computer chair to take his picture.

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