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Oye get off my fence, No you get off mine

By johnbryan6
Cat and Squirrel stand off.

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Trev_B 9 148 68 England
19 Jun 2012 10:56PM
A good title, but the image is out of focus. I am guessing auto focus has been used and a small portion to the top left of the image is sharp. With a busy scene like this auto focus can easily get confused. In this capture manual focus would have been a preferable option, although I know there is not always time to change modes. The whites of the cat are also over exposed where the camera has exposed for the foliage.

Trev

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19 Jun 2012 11:15PM
Thanks for your comment.The reason why the shot is as it is ,I was sitting in my lounge with the patio door open when I noticed the cat and squirrel, not wanting to miss getting a photo I just grabbed my bridge camera and zoomed in as they were about 30 ft away and pushed the button.
Focus_Man 6 481 631 United Kingdom
20 Jun 2012 9:07AM
Interesting stand-off, the lack of sharpness ie out-of-focus has been caused by your use of full aperture. DoF is at a minimum with this setting and I suggest that for this sort of thing a maximum aperture would be f5.6 with maybe f8 being optimum. I am not sure what your stated FL equates to but if you took this from your patio it maybe getting towards a telephoto type of FL in need of more DoF that usual. I know it was a 'grab-shot' but judging by what I can see the out of focus spoils it.

If it is your cat on your fence I would put my money on the cat!

Frank
paulbroad 9 114 1045 United Kingdom
21 Jun 2012 9:39AM
The fur is about to fly! The basic essence of a great shot, but the focal point is right art the left resulting in a somewhat out of focus result. It's not too bad and thus a super record - pity the squirrel was facing the wrong way.

Paul

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