Nolan- Kitten photo shoot #2

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I took quite a few more pics of these three kittens. I had an earlier thread with pictures of them in a basket if you recall. They're now almost 5 weeks old and on Saturday I decided to try to take more photos of them. So... Since there's well over 20 photos total I decided to separate the threads so that each kitten has their own thread.

Nolan has 5 pictures that I really really liked. I have a ton more of him, but these are the 5 ones that I liked the most.

Please C&C

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*done*

(question- I always upload my larger files into Flickr... but they always come out smaller on Flickr and end up small when I post them here. Is there another host that is good for uploading and sharing photos in a larger format?)
 
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there are three kittens but I have them separated into different threads. These pictures are only of one of the kittens. This is Nolan. He's the male
 
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Amber, Use the all sizes button on Flickr to get a larger view. Copy the url of the larger picture. One way is to right click on the larger picture, click properties/copy the url. There may be easier ways but I just started using Flickr and I am still getting acquainted with its functions.
 
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Great series Amber. I love the last one the most as there is more separation between the kitten and the background. I know it's not easy to photograph kittens but I would suggest you pose them a little farther from the backdrop and use a larger aperture if you can. That way, the cat will stand out more from the background and your pictures will have more impact.
 

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