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    My cat checking out my new soft box


    Bailey the Ragdoll by Daniel Scott, on Flickr
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  • #2
    A very regal feline, n'est-ce pas?
    Phil Bunker
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    • #3
      Originally posted by BPhil8835 View Post
      A very regal feline, n'est-ce pas?
      Thanks, here's a shot of his wrestling buddy, our other cat Charlie


      I'm Ready for my Headshot by Daniel Scott, on Flickr
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      • #4
        That is a spectacular photo!!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by JWilliams84 View Post
          That is a spectacular photo!!
          Thank you
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          • #6
            how cute! very nice!
            http://www.facebook.com/TheUberPhotographer | Abhilash.P

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            • #7
              Originally posted by TheUberPhotographer View Post
              how cute! very nice!
              Thank you!
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              • #8
                When you’re on the carpet or grass with your pet, start to play with them, generate a little excitement. With the small size and lightness of digital cameras, you can include one of your hands with a favorite toy in the frame, while you shoot very interactive pet photos with the other hand. What can set your pet photographs apart from most others is to add family members and friends to the pictures. This is another way to use the interaction between humans and pets to make them more relaxed and occupied, so you can take some of those excellent spontaneous pet photos.


                Get more tips for pet photography :

                http://digital-photography-school.co...otography-tips


                Photography Tips, Tricks &Techniques: Digital Photography Articles


                How to Take Great Pet Photographs

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                • #9
                  I fail to see what this is doing in a forum for sharing photos - it's not a discussion center.
                  Phil Bunker
                  Sites: flickr
                  Gear: Pentax K110D; Pentax 18-55 f/3.5-5.6; Pentax 50-200 f/4-5.6; Pentax 55mm f/1.8; Tamron Macro 90mm f/2.8; Manfrotto tripod and ball head; Adobe Photoshop Elements 10

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by JWilliams84 View Post
                    When you’re on the carpet or grass with your pet, start to play with them, generate a little excitement. With the small size and lightness of digital cameras, you can include one of your hands with a favorite toy in the frame, while you shoot very interactive pet photos with the other hand. What can set your pet photographs apart from most others is to add family members and friends to the pictures. This is another way to use the interaction between humans and pets to make them more relaxed and occupied, so you can take some of those excellent spontaneous pet photos.


                    Get more tips for pet photography :

                    http://digital-photography-school.co...otography-tips


                    Photography Tips, Tricks &Techniques: Digital Photography Articles


                    How to Take Great Pet Photographs
                    I appreciate the tips however, I wasn't setting out to photograph the cats in either picture here. THEY decided they wanted to get into the action so I took the picture and was sharing what I got.

                    Again thanks for the tips, but I think the both turned out great for what they are.
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                    Canon EOS 450D kit EF-S 18-55mm &Tamron A17 70-300mm

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