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L4RRY

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Hi everyone this is a first time im posting photos here so I will be glad for every CC.

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Cute kitty. On the first one there is empty space on the right, it could have been better if you captured the left side where the kitten is looking. 2nd and 3rd are nice shots. The color on the last one makes it interesting. Which camera and lens?
 

L4RRY

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Sony nex 5, all three shots with 18-55 kit lens. Thanks for an advice I will try it next time;)
 

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Nice shots!
I like the last photo processing!

Sony nex 5, all three shots with 18-55 kit lens. Thanks for an advice I will try it next time;)
In the EXIF data says that the camera used is a Sony NEX-3, isn't it?
 

L4RRY

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Youre right because I first had nex 3 and two weeks later I got nex 5 so maybe they were shoot with nex 3. So my mistake :(
 

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Hi everyone this is a first time im posting photos here so I will be glad for every CC.

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I'm a cat lover, beautiful cat! Sharp images... good steady hand there, L4RRY.

Although I totally agree with Serhan with regards to the conventional approach to composition - that the empty space of relief is usually on the side of the frame where the subject is looking, there's still something about the first photo that works very well for me. Your composition would normally upset the balance of attention, but because the subject just so happens to be a cat - it seems to capture their innate character. That photo just reminds me of my 'Smudgie' who died several years ago now. 1) She will often show disinterest by deliberately looking away. 2) Her predatory instincts kicks-in by just about anything that moves.

Love the depth on field on this photo by the way... and it made me miss my cat, whereas other cat photos don't. :(:)
 

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