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Just Jas

Life is an illusion - but it's as real as it gets.
Photography (and most other things as well) "1% inspiration, 99% perpiration". Smile
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  • Nancy

    • 23 Oct 2017 10:07AM
  • Farmers Daughter

    Oh to be a farmer's boy!Grin
    • 14 Sep 2017 11:39PM
  • Tilly.

    I am told by my daughter Lou (Tilly's owner) that Tilly has a nice juicy pig's ear in her jaws. Well, juicy to Tilly that is. Tongue
    • 11 Aug 2017 11:44AM
  • "It's a Hard Life"

    A great socksess Smile
    • 27 Jul 2017 4:49PM
  • Ramp Hack

    A fine picture - a little movement in the main subject giving an impression speed can be a good thing.

    Shutter speed priority - rather than aperture priority - might have been a better option here, selecting a faster speed than the 1/125th second. This would also result in the camera setting a wider aperture than the f13 as well, which could also be gainful.

    I would set a higher ISO than 100 to enable faster shutter speeds, particularly with 400mm lens.

    Hope this is useful.
    • 5 May 2017 4:08AM
  • cats look better in black and white

    Very good, and you have got the cat's interest.

    Cats in black and white - try taking photos of your cat with different amounts of lighting, bright light, dimmer light and low light. Remember - in the dark all cats look grey.

    • 5 May 2017 3:41AM
  • Sleeps

    A good result, with halo around her fur produced by the back lighting.

    Try taking several photos of your cat persuading her into different positions if you can. Give her tidbits as rewards for this.

    • 5 May 2017 3:33AM
  • Very different to your website pics, Frank. Smile

  • You seem to like the Rustington/Littlehampton Beach! Smile
    • Posted on Serkta's profile
    • 4 Feb 2010 9:55PM
  • Was interesting to have a photographic 'walk-around' London with you.

    As an exiled Londoner (from Islington Borough) I would not recognise many of places you took these photographs in.

    Good luck!
    • Posted on tony64's profile
    • 26 Jul 2008 2:43PM