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Pawly again!

By LouisePeaches  
So it's my cat again haha, and yes I know there's part of his face that a bit too exposed but I did try and get rid of this, but it made him go very very deep ginger! So i've decided to leave him be. The reason why it's so white is because i was following him (i'm not weird!), in the dark, and then he perched somewhere, and obviously I needed my flash! either way, please enjoy Smile x

Tags: Close-up and macro Pets and captive animals Wildlife and nature Flash and lighting

Voters: Andy_carper001, KarenFB, G3


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A bit over exposed in the face, like you say but apart from that great shot of that loopy cat Tongue x

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14 Jan 2012 11:01PM
haha thank you Andrew! yes loopy, you can say that again lol loving the thumbs up! x
Haha your impressed of my artistic skills aren't you! Tongue
KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 167 England
15 Jan 2012 7:58AM
He is a beautiful cat and you've caught him beautifully in frame. The flash has given you some harsh lighting (just a quick reminder, please be careful using flash near pet's eyes, it can hurt them!). With some cameras you can turn down the strength of the flash, but if you really want to use flash and it's too bright, then using some kind of cover for it can give a more gentle light (for instance grease proof paper or tissue, you can experiment with different layers to see which is better for you and your subject). Smile
15 Jan 2012 1:39PM
Haha yes Andrew I am! Tongue

Thank you Karen Smile No worries, this is cropped, and I zoomed in when taking the photo so I was further back than it seems! Smile Ok, thank you for the advice, I will keep that in mind Grin x

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