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Ms Spotty Paws visits the Matrix

post #1 of 17
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Ms. Paws is getting so big now...seems like just yesterday she was just an itty-bit, all legs and spots. This little girl will go to her first show at the end of the month. She has such big shoes(paws) to fill in the wake of Jack's success.
I got a few shots of her getting bengal-wild with a feather on a string...Matrix style.





post #2 of 17
Awww... she's such a cute one! I can't wait to see how she'll do in the shows.
post #3 of 17
I love that last one, Good luck in the shows!
post #4 of 17
Oh wow, her spots are amazing, they look so perfect! (not that I know much about pure breds) but she is a lovely girl! Best of luck in her shows!!
post #5 of 17
She is gorgeous, as are all your cats.

But what I really, really, want to know, is what camera do you use? I have an ok digital but there is a bit of lag between pressing the shutter and taking the photo and I could never get shots like that! Most of my attempted action shots end up with carpet where the cat was 0.5 seconds ago Serious question btw not joking, if we get a new camera I would like to be able to take shots of mine other than when he's asleep
post #6 of 17
Oh my is G-O-R-G-E-O-U-S!
post #7 of 17
My but she is so beautiful. (All bengals are beautiful but I love the silver colouring best.)
post #8 of 17
Your cats are so cute, I think I am actually in love with them
post #9 of 17
She's gorgeous!! I love her markings!
post #10 of 17
beautiful kitties, and great stop action photography!!
post #11 of 17
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Originally Posted by Epona View Post
But what I really, really, want to know, is what camera do you use? I have an ok digital but there is a bit of lag between pressing the shutter and taking the photo and I could never get shots like that! Most of my attempted action shots end up with carpet where the cat was 0.5 seconds ago Serious question btw not joking, if we get a new camera I would like to be able to take shots of mine other than when he's asleep

I have a Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ20.

To get these kind of clear shots you need to use "Shutter" priority mode on the camera and then set the shutter speed to about 1/250. (some manufacturers refer to this as "exposure") I also use the standard flash setting indoors so that the aperture gets enough light.

You might check if your digital has a "shutter" priority setting. Automatic and Aperture priority settings will usually result in blurry or missed images.
post #12 of 17
as ever - great photos and beautiful kits
post #13 of 17
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Originally Posted by Kai Bengals View Post
I have a Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ20.

To get these kind of clear shots you need to use "Shutter" priority mode on the camera and then set the shutter speed to about 1/250. (some manufacturers refer to this as "exposure") I also use the standard flash setting indoors so that the aperture gets enough light.

You might check if your digital has a "shutter" priority setting. Automatic and Aperture priority settings will usually result in blurry or missed images.
Ah thank you, I will try to find the manual! Digital cameras are great but a bit of a mystery in some respects as I am more used to using completely manual SLRs.
post #14 of 17
Good heavens, they are stunningly beautiful! What a coat, especially for the grey one!
N.
post #15 of 17
It never ceases to amaze me at how beautiful your Bengals are. Miss Spotty Paws is growing up to be quite the lovely young lady.
post #16 of 17
She's gorgeous!! Gotta love the enthusiasm of a Bengal Good luck with her first show, I'm sure she'll do great
post #17 of 17
boy look at those claws in the first pic! After seeing those daggers, it's no wonder why the other little bengal is hiding under the tv!
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