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This is a discussion on Goldine within the Critiques forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; Originally Posted by tomorrowstreasures your catch lights are great!! Hmmm... now I'm going to disagree with you TT (and Raiven ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomorrowstreasures View Post
    your catch lights are great!!
    Hmmm... now I'm going to disagree with you TT (and Raiven as well). I think when the eye is this large, this sharp, and this detailed, catchlights are unnecessary, especially ones as big as this. The picture has excellent potential. Looking forward to the re-shoot!

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    Re-shoot! Got her to sit still for me again today as hard as it is to do so. Slightly more DOF which I think is more pleasing. I kinda like the first one just because I could get it that narrow with my new lens but this is more pleasing I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomorrowstreasures View Post
    your catch lights are great!!
    Quote Originally Posted by raiven View Post
    I do like the catchlights as well. Is it a window she is looking at?
    Thanks, and yes, she's sitting in front of a window. Same shooting location as the new one.
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    This is beautiful Iggy...way to reshoot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by casil403 View Post
    This is beautiful Iggy...way to reshoot!
    Very sharp! And beautiful eyes too. I think though that her left eye is just a tiny bit bright. That could just be me but my monitor is set with the brightness quite low.

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    Quote Originally Posted by casil403 View Post
    This is beautiful Iggy...way to reshoot!
    Thanks, casil!

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    Very sharp! And beautiful eyes too. I think though that her left eye is just a tiny bit bright. That could just be me but my monitor is set with the brightness quite low.
    Thanks. You may be right, I've never calibrated my monitor so it may be off a bit. Most of my shots are too dark because of it, maybe I over-compensated.
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    it looks much better. On my monitor her left side looks a bit too bright but the colour on her right is lovely. I am also not sure if the left eye is as sharp as the right? if not you can fix that in post processing.

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    Thanks, Bambi!
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    The right eye is slightly bright for me too, but i like this shot MUCH better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko View Post
    The right eye is slightly bright for me too, but i like this shot MUCH better.
    Great lookin' cat!
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