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Chilling Cats
Camera: EOS 700D Photo Location: Lawn ISO: 100 
Posted By: saadsiraj, 11-04-2019, 05:02 AM

These are some cats outside my house, they always come whenever i open my gate looking for food. I always thought how can someone recognize them by name but you grow into it hahaha
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11-04-2019, 11:02 AM   #2
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QuoteOriginally posted by saadsiraj Quote
These are some cats outside my house, they always come whenever i open my gate looking for food. I always thought how can someone recognize them by name but you grow into it hahaha
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Is there the tail of a third cat in the left side of the photo??
I know sometimes you don't have a choice of where the animals land, but the photo would be better without that animal confusing the viewer.
I do like everything about the two cats you can see all of, the way they are staring at the camera.
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Yes I would say, for me, that I would have cut the photo, or wider on the right side, or closer to the center cat, there is too much of it.. or not enough !
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I might have liked the rear cat to be a bit more in focus. I see you shot at 1/200s and F5.6. Your title and exif give contradictory info re ISO: 100 vs 400, but if you had been able to shoot at F8 or F11, the rear cat might have been a little sharper, and that might have connected the two cats together a bit more. Agree re others' comments about the tail of the third cat, but you can crop that out.

All that said, the main subject is nicely in focus, and they are nice looking cats, and you have got their attention towards the lens.

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I like it! The brightly-colored sandal is a little distractiing, though. It'd be interesting to see a b/w conversion.

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These are some cats outside my house, they always come whenever i open my gate looking for food. I always thought how can someone recognize them by name but you grow into it hahaha
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