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Thread: Mia cat

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    Lightbulb Mia cat



    I've been taken photo for 2 month with my DSLR Nikon D5000


    I went to Tarongaa zoo In Sydney This shot I really like it


    but i feel It's need more improve in that shot ....


    can u Give me advise for this shot ???

    Thank you very much

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    I think you should crop out the top section. The lights on the top-left is distracting from the subject.
    Maybe you can try from different angle to avoid the corner on the room to be in the background.

    If you put a link to a bigger size of this shot, might be helpful.

    Anyway, nice shot.

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    Crop > sharpen. nice shot
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    exif informtion is very very important to post so we know your camera settings. Thechnical advice can then be given to offer you alternate settings!

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