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Photos of the girls (using watchcaddy's tips)

post #1 of 28
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I used watchcaddy's tips and turned the ISO of the camera up as high as it would go, and fiddled around with a few other settings. I was mainly trying to get a good pic of Smudgey's eyes. I didn't quite succeed, but I got some nice photos of the girls otherwise.







You can even see the little spines on her tongue in this one



Rawrrr!!!



Helping strip the bed

post #2 of 28
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And of course, I just need a couple of pics of Stumpy in good light and she gives me gorgeous photos!



Her grey patches



Big eyes!

post #3 of 28
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And of course gorgeous Lily



Trying to sleep mum!



Little paw

post #4 of 28
GORGEOUS pics of the beautiful girls Sarah
post #5 of 28
Oh my, what beauties!
post #6 of 28
You've done a wonderful job Sarah - kind of inspires me to see what my camera can do.

The pictures are so clean and I forgot how much Lily reminded me of my sweet Petunia. Little Smudgie is growing up. And Stumpy is beautiful also.
post #7 of 28
wonderful pics sarah!~ watchcaddy's tutorial has really inspired many of us.......

can I post a couple of my trials here too?
post #8 of 28
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Go for it Renovia!!!
post #9 of 28
ok, here are the first trials, with no flash and AP2.8 and EV at +1.5





the second is EV!1.5 and in sports mode, no flash. the AP is auto in this setting

post #10 of 28
I just changed the ISO to 800 and let the camera take care of the rest.



This one is interesting because the auto-focus just focused the nose. I like the effect of having the eyes slightly out of focus.


And Much's beautiful eyes.



I think the eyes are the best part of it. They have such beautiful colors.
post #11 of 28
The off-frame on this one is so cool. I think if you crop off the TV, it would almost be surreal.
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Look at that sweet face.
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post #12 of 28
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This one's fantastic!!! I REALLY like it!

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This is an awesome photo as well - so clear!

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I just changed the ISO to 800 and let the camera take care of the rest.

Oh my, Much - you are gorgeous!!! She has the "black lipstick" look like Stumpy does - I love it, it really sets off their mouth.

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And Much's beautiful eyes.

post #13 of 28
Great pictures Sarah!! Great job
post #14 of 28
Great pics !!!
post #15 of 28
All of these pics are BEAUTIFUL!!! I saved those tips so I can go back and look at them, soon. I hope they turn out as well as all of yours did
post #16 of 28
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The off-frame on this one is so cool. I think if you crop off the TV, it would almost be surreal.

Look at that sweet face.

i'll try cropping it.

did you notice stoli-blur on the floor?
post #17 of 28
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i'll try cropping it.

did you notice stoli-blur on the floor?
I just noticed Stoli-blur on the floor.

The pictures turned out very good. I would like to make one suggestion. Luxor's face is not in focus, instead the zip ties on the table are. I would suggest to first focus Luxor's face, and keep the shutter half pressed, keep the distance between Luxor and the camera and move the camera slightly to the left or right, then take the picture. The will create a blur background and Luxor is focused.

Luxor is just so cute, so is Stoli-blur.
post #18 of 28
Everyone's pictures turned out great!!! Let's see more!
post #19 of 28
fabulous photos

its so hard to get photos of black cats - the face seem to fade away into a black hole those are great - you can see Smudges sweet face

and your other girlies - aww sweethearts
post #20 of 28
Such lovely kitties!!!
post #21 of 28
thanks watchcaddy,

i tried to get luxor in focus but he kept moving, so i just started shooting quickly to get SOME sort of shot! I'll try your suggestion when i get home.
post #22 of 28
those are great Sarah! I love Smudge's lady like foot washing session!
post #23 of 28
Those are all beautiful!
post #24 of 28
Now I am going to have to find those tips from Watchcaddy!

Sarah - what is the story with Smudge's eyes? I must have missed it.
post #25 of 28
Really nice pics Sarah. You've really captured the girls eyes perfectly.
post #26 of 28
So cute! I love the last picture and the one by the fan bathing! TOO CUTE!!
post #27 of 28
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Now I am going to have to find those tips from Watchcaddy!

Sarah - what is the story with Smudge's eyes? I must have missed it.
Here is the link, if anyone missed it. http://www.thecatsite.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=133867
post #28 of 28
Everyone is taking such fantastic photos of their kids. They're all such beautiful little critters.
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