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Another big cat

By lefty  
This one was taken at Rotterdam Zoo, The Netherlands.

Suggestions, comments as to how I can improve are very welcome. Smile

Tags: Pets and captive animals

Voters: ITPSnapper, shadowcat, wolveskeeper and 12 more


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ericfaragh Plus
17 149 5 United Kingdom
18 Jul 2005 12:36PM
Great low angle view, good image.
vparmar 16 7 United Kingdom
18 Jul 2005 12:38PM
WOW! TERIFFIC SHOT! VERY WELLL DONE! WONDERFUL IMAGE, GREAT EXPRESSON!
VINNY
tigs 17 145 3 Netherlands
18 Jul 2005 12:49PM
excellent eye contact and stance. Fantastic colour, love it!
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cattyal Plus
16 9.2k 6 England
18 Jul 2005 1:23PM
I agree with the others - excellent picture and I can't think of any way to improve it. Actually I like the domestic cat pictures too - wish mine was a different colour - it would be so much easier to photograph him (he's black).

Alison
rosegold 17 4
18 Jul 2005 1:29PM
Great photo! Love the head on view, you wouldn't think it was taken in a zoo. Not sure you could improve it, maybe blur the background a little more? I like it the way it is and the tiger is the focus of your attention as it should be. Thanks ~ Clare
shutter speed 17 370 United Kingdom
18 Jul 2005 2:02PM
Great eye contact excellent shot.

Now.......Ruuuuuuuuuuunnnn.

Regards
Ian.
Maddie 16 2.7k 2 United Kingdom
18 Jul 2005 2:18PM
nice capture
lefty 16 2
18 Jul 2005 2:35PM
Thanks everyone for your kind comments
Alison, i would love to see some pics of ur cat.

Clare, I will try out the background blurring.

lol Ian, thank god that a) he did not look too hungry at the time and b) there was a glass window between us (which gave me a bit more reassurance then a) did).
25 Jul 2005 12:25AM
Lovely Tiger, and it looks hungry! Great shot.
Hannah
MoWiz 16 114 United Kingdom
7 Sep 2005 7:31AM
Hi Lefty this is a superb shot, just thought I'd take a quick look through your portfolio.
Its a little dark, I suggest take up the contrast and brightness by 25% each, and work from there. you could get a stunning result because all the details are there, I may even lighten the eyes a little, because the eye contact in this shot is superb!
Mo
7 Sep 2005 8:15AM
Cracking shot.Great portfolio
regards
John
lefty 16 2
8 Sep 2005 9:18AM
Thanks very much Mo and John,
Mo, I will have a go at your suggestion.
Thanks a lot again
KBan 16 512 4 United Kingdom
16 Sep 2005 10:23PM
cracker!!!
Keith

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