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the fastest cat in the world

the fastest cat in the world
Copyright ©2009, Damjan Gosak
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I took this shoot at a zoo in Croatia in town Zagreb. They have a very beautyfull zoo park. This big cat comed very close to the glass, but I didn't have much time. So I just set my camera to continuous shooting and start taking pictures.

I wish to thank you all for your comments and suggestions for picture improval.

Photographer: Damjan Gosak
Folder: My photos - olympus
Uploaded: 09-May-2009 14:48 CEST
Current Rating: 7.50/2
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Camera: Olympus E420
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Lens: 14-45 kit lens
Focusing method: iESP
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White balance: Auto
Flash: no
Image format: SHQ
Processing applied: little crop, and some edge bluring in picassa,
Various: I always like as little as possible computer software in photography. It is best directly out of the camera.
Image resized to: 751x900

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Cheeta

Great image, there is not much that you need to do to improve this Damjan.

Phillip Bowen at 00:10 CEST on 14-May-2009 [Reply]

Hi,

Phillip Bowen wrote:
> Great image, there is not much that you need to do to improve this Damjan.
> Thank you for your comment, because for me if a have looked this picture once it seems good, but then the next time not so much, so I am happy for your comment.

Damjan Gosak at 21:35 CEST on 15-May-2009 [Reply]

Nice composition

I really like the composition of this shot and the sharpness of the face. You might try experimenting with using an image editor like photoshop to brighten the eyes up a bit. The blurring you used looks OK in most of the image, but it is very pronounced as being "unreal" on the cat's spots in the lower right corner of the image. That jumped out at me immediately and was very distracting to the overall image.

Greg Mennegar at 19:19 CET on 04-Feb-2010 [Reply]

NO SUBJECT

Thank' s for the comment. But I'm one of those that don't like post processing with software. Or should I say as little as possible. In this photo this was just a little crop and some blur with picassa.

Because I think if you have enough time and you know photoshop or something similar you can do anything with photography even if you don't know anything about the camera or behind the camera.

Greetings,
Damjan

Damjan Gosak at 20:15 CET on 04-Feb-2010 [Reply]