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  1. #651
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    Quote Originally Posted by rx_morph View Post
    A few more kitten photos! I think the flash got to them in the forth pic A few couple of these turned out a bit dark due to the forced 50 ISO and poor lighting but not too bad.
    The 2nd one looks very cute...looks as though the 2nd kitten is creeping up on the first. And the pic where both as sleeping and one kitten's paw is on the other's eyes... you're right, it does look like the flash got to them!!!
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    Kitties! Lookin' cute.
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    hey! just got a new FA 50mm 1.4 and have edited these two pics from RAW and decided to post them enjoy!



    this is taken with a set of extension tubes.


    I love this 50mm f1.4


    thanks for looking!
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  4. #654
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    Tabby

    Here's a tabby called Tiggy, resident cat where I live. Cute little bundle of fluff who'll have your arm off if you attempt to stroke her!
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  5. #655
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    Nice photos all.
    I hate myself for posting on a cat thread but here goes?
    By way of explanation feral cats are such a problem for native wildlife in this country so please don't hatemail me.
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  6. #656
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Nice photos all.
    I hate myself for posting on a cat thread but here goes?
    By way of explanation feral cats are such a problem for native wildlife in this country so please don't hatemail me.
    DPR, this has been done before, e.g. here:
    Quote Originally Posted by SOD View Post
    To hunt or not to hunt
    , or here (by a cat-lover):
    Quote Originally Posted by TheObiJuan View Post
    Here is the last cat I shot. Enjoy.
    These were shot with my old Canon 350D with the Canon 135 f/2.8 SF lens.
    .....Then a second later.
    ,or, a variation on your theme, here:
    Quote Originally Posted by kornhauser View Post
    Ugh! Enough cats already! People are going to start thinking us camera junkies are a bunch of pussy cats!
    This isn't my favorite picture, but maybe it'll break the link!
    Cozmo the Rottweiler and Alex the German Sheperd.
    ....

    Although I agree that feral cats are a huge problem in Australia as elsewhere, the cats per se are not the problem but irresponsible former cat owners who allow their pets to go feral and don't desex them beforehand: read don't care for their former pets properly and couldn't care less about the impact on the environment of their irresponsible behaviour or indifference. Once again a major environmental problem & conservation issue is caused by human indifference and callous disregard for the consequences of irresponsible behaviour, its always someone else's problem!

    If you don't like cats that's fine, but perhaps your photo would've been better placed in one of the wildlife threads, here:
    http://www.dcresource.com/forums/showthread.php?t=18670, or here:
    http://www.dcresource.com/forums/showthread.php?t=34809

    Nice lion photo btw!

    PS: I see you found the Wildlife thread with your lioness cross-posting, so I gather the posting here was merely to make a social comment/political point re feral cats?
    Last edited by Benjamin2007; 06-09-2008 at 08:55 PM.

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    Err no Benjamin, I wasn't trying to be so much clever cross posting it was a genuine mistake, I forgot I added the lioness to the koalla image on the wildlife thread. As it's not a wild animal does it really belong on the wildlife thread anyway?

    I knew I'd posted the image before because I put it on the Nikon DSLR page as a thread showing a few photos I'd taken with my 18-200 lens.

    I thought the lioness was a good cat capture - I'm at least proud to have done it. I thought I'd post it on this thread for a bunch of cat appreciators to have a look.

    I don't have a house cat so I can't post images of them here. I like quite a few of the images on this thread and have said so before now. Just cause I don't have a cat (or particularly like them) doesn't stop me appreciating the photos or mean that I want to go out and cull cats.

    Here's a photo of a feral cat that terrified my daughter the weekend before last. I didn't post it because it's blurry etc. Hence feral cats were on my mind. The cat was still alive when I left it.

    Yeah not smart of me to imply I don't like cats on a cat thread but it's more a comment on my self deprocating sense of humour which obviously doesn't come across with the typed word.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    ...Yeah not smart of me to imply I don't like cats on a cat thread but it's more a comment on my self deprocating sense of humour which obviously doesn't come across with the typed word.
    That's ^^^ for sure.
    Unfortunately humourous intent doesn't translate well in written form, although the emoticons help.

    No hard feelings, I guess I just reacted to:
    I hate myself for posting on a cat thread but ... feral cats are such a problem
    which seemed to imply that all cats are feral, hence a problem...

    I hope my earlier post didn't strike you as "hatemail", it certainly wasn't intended in that way, like I said I liked the lioness photo, it was actually a really good capture, I was just questioning your intentions and hence the appropriateness of posting, but thanks for the clarification.

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    No hard feelings mate, I realised I caused the response by posting inapropriately and yeah the emoticons do help clarify when used
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