Apologies again for displaying older images - especially as i can see that my photography was not neccessarily what it ought to have been at the time (i was on other companies courses). I try and take a positive from situations and here i am completely convinced that my own tuition days are more in depth and informative than the ones i had previously attended whilst still officially learning.
Here we have a small selection of cats from a number of specialist visiting centres.
V1 "Tiny" at WHF
I am something of a fan of wildlife artist Alan Hunt, and have a number of his images adorning the walls. His style is quite unlike the abstract feel of David Shephard, rather looking like a photograph from across the room and only revealing itself as a print upon fairly close inspection.
I have a version of the image above on my wall partially as an experiment to see whether visitors would see the difference - treated with Photoshops 'dry brush' it too looks like a photograph from distance, but generally convinces folk that it is a print when they loook more closely.
Other images include the near infamous "Harry" the Clouded Leopard from Santago, a Tiger and a Pallas cat also at WHF. The Snow Leopard i beleive was WHF but may have been CCT.
|Camera:||Canon EOS-1DS Mark II |
|Lens:||70.0-200.0 mm |
|Recording media:||JPEG (digital)|
|Date Taken:||4 Aug 2008 - 5:20 PM|
|Exposure Mode:||Aperture-priority AE|