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Window cat
Window cat
Melethia


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Collection: Critters and folks
Camera: Canon EOS-300D Rebel
Lens: Canon EF 24-105mm f/4.0L IS
Date: Mar 12, 2007
Date Uploaded: Mar 12, 2007

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Comments: 11
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I went out back to take a picture of a daffodil that's blooming with the sunlight reflected on it from my back window. I failed to get the focus the way I want it - camera doesn't get it and I don't think I see well enough to do it manually. Anyway, coming back in, I liked how Thomas was kinda half dissolved because of the reflections in the window. Not the world's greatest shot, but kinda interesting. No idea how I'll edit it, or if I even should! But I really am trying to shoot something each day.

By the way, the scratch on his nose is courtesy of Miss Emma, though Thomas is the one who starts the fights.

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03/15/2007 06:14:30 PM
cute cat dont really like the reflection on the eye.
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03/14/2007 08:37:26 PM
Pretty kitty. Love the spooky eye look.
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03/14/2007 11:31:02 AM
Good focus for a through the window shot. I like the eye color difference - looks kinda spooky.
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03/13/2007 07:57:21 AM
Dont you just hate these people who keep posting pics of their stoopid cats? Oh - wait a minute...

Cute shot. I like the reflection too. He is a poser huh? Hairball has that scratch on his nose quite often as well. I would bet that a simple auto levels would be al lyou would need on this. It might make it just a tad more contrasty. Other than that I wouldnt do a thing.
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03/13/2007 04:13:43 AM
he is beautiful! I like how the light area on his fur "transforms" into the reflection of the sky, very cool! I don't think it needs editing either, maybe a bit more high pass for the fur and burn those tiny light ares in the upper left corner and maybe clone out the books, maybe not though:)
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03/12/2007 10:49:24 PM
That is kind of creepy... like he's there... but he's not there. He sure is pretty though.
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03/12/2007 08:23:03 PM
Wow, this is pretty spooky looking! Looks like he's half-ghost, half-cat :-) I think I might like to see this converted to b&w, or else the books behind Thomas cloned out so the only things in color are his remarkable eyes. Thomas is adorable, BTW. I LOVE kitties.
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03/12/2007 08:19:44 PM
wow, the left ear is wild being gone! Pretty cat. I'm not sure how you could edit this one either. I really don't think it needs it. Good capture.
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03/12/2007 07:07:10 PM
weird is right!! .. but strangely appealing .. i'm taking pity on the poor cat ... coz i know my dog has a lot to put up with considering i'm often in her face shooting away ... this is a gorgeous looking cat and i'll be interested to see wot you do in your processing ... and yes you should, just so i can see!!!
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03/12/2007 06:32:51 PM
It is interesting! Kind of a sad/sweet photo. Cute cat, it's inside, but it longs to be outside so it blends in with the reflections.
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03/12/2007 05:53:16 PM
ooh....kinda creepy! The eye looks wierd and the ear is gone!
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