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Discussion in 'Birds' started by Ken-L, May 1, 2005.
Nikkor 50mm, f1.4; WB set w/Expodisk available light thru window.
Good image Ken, there seems to be several calico cats among the members of the Cafe.
I couldn't get a good shot of her until I got the 50mm, f1.4 because when she saw the flash on the camera she would stay away and keep her eyes closed! At age 16 they are too smart.
She's a cutie Ken.
Here are my babies:
Pumpkin was a cast-off that someone left at our vet. Jackson was a rescue. We got him from the pound a few hours before they would have gassed him. :?
She's a real sweetie, most of the time:
Here he is defending the house against a wild twist tie:
Frank your babies are fantastic. Pumpkin is terrific.
Awe, that is a sweet little kitty!! Nice shot Ken!!
love the depth of field on that shot ken !!!
Depth of Field
Thanks for the comments. The 50mm, f1.4 is known for both it's low-light ability, bokeh, and very shallow depth of field wide-open.
It can be a blessing or a curse depending on the circumstance.
For low light it's hard to beat. Up close it creates great effects.
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