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Old Dec 21, 2012, 2:34 PM   #1
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Default A couple pictures of our cat

Home for the holidays. Here are two photos of the family cat (both straight out of the camera) using the 12-50 mm lens. My cell phone just broke, so I won't be buying a new lens any time soon, but I'm pretty happy with the quality and detail of these.


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....very nice, I love cats and these images portray great personality.

The lighting in the first photo is wonderful and the second is perfectly real.

The 12-50 seems to work quite well, I sometimes wish I had one.... instead I use my 9-18 and 14-54 on my E-P3.
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Nice shots! I really like the detail and light on the first shot. beautiful warm light, and the second image is quite solid as well. Cute expressions on both. Justwant to reach out and scratch his/her (?) ear....
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Both pics are very nice Drew, well detailed.
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Why is it that when you take pictures of cats they look at you like you're weird.
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Almost exactly one year later. Sitting in the same spot, except this photo was taken with the Panasonic 25mm. Unfortunately I am home for two weeks and forgot my charger.



And one other one, but it really is hard to get a decent photo when she is moving.

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....again, a year later, I love these new pictures. The 2nd reminds me of our Autumn a lot, what a fun capture.
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