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Old Nov 30, 2014, 10:32 PM   #1
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Default Cat portraits with the 75 mm

It is kind of absurd to use a 900 (560 refurbished) dollar lens to shoot photos of cats, but the results work out well:







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Old Dec 1, 2014, 8:47 AM   #2
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.....not absurd when one likes cats as I do.

These are fantastic, simply they are all that photography is... subject (IMO), light, composition and well executed.

Thank you for showing, my favorite is the Maine Coon.

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Old Dec 1, 2014, 9:14 AM   #3
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Super sharp well detailed images, I'm like Bob when it comes to cats.
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I'm with the others as I love cats too and these are great portraits!

The first one looks to be a chocolate point Siamese?
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What a beautiful cats and great pictures,

Love the sharpness and bokeh.
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Absolutely beautiful. The first one (a little cross-eyed from staring at a finger probably) put a big grin on my face. Quality work.
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.....Siamese are naturally cross-eyed.
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.....Siamese are naturally cross-eyed.
Me too.
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Yeah this cat is definitely very cross eyed
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I'm with the others as I love cats too and these are great portraits!

The first one looks to be a chocolate point Siamese?
Not sure about this. They are all my aunt's cats.
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