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Canon
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Canon EOS 1100D
Shutter Speed
1/10 second
Aperture
F/5.6
Focal Length
300 mm
ISO Speed
400
Date Taken
Jul 19, 2011, 6:24:31 AM
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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3.6 (Windows)

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Wild Eyes - Bahrain by Khalid-AlThawadi Wild Eyes - Bahrain by Khalid-AlThawadi
Wild Eyes
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i really like the signature more thaN THE picture itself/ in fact, that is the focus of my critique. I like the anti-aliased, vectorized curve at the top of the signature, like the stigma to my sigma you know? i like the dot in the middle too, the signature itself can be viewed as if it were a celestial being, with its third eye open, listeningto 741 hz

as for the picture itself, the vision is all there, p. original, and i like the cat. i also like the verdant green landscape in the background like a luscious lusty jungle mmm
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:iconpanna-cotta:
It could be a very nice photo if not some technical issues.

First of all, the colours are wonderful and vivid, I really like that. The shades of green in the background and the green plant next to the cat match so well with the cat's eye colour. You chose a very nice setting to take this photo :clap:

Moving on to the composition: it's quite nice. The centred composition is quite popular and not very eye-catching but in simple portraits like this one it does its work.

Now, the imperfections. What's the most striking is the blurryness of this photo. I see that you used a very low shutter speed of 1/10 sec. When you do so it's very easy to get a blurry photo, especially when you don't use a tripod and photograph moving objects. Next time try at least 1/200 or 1/300.
Another thing is that you didn't focus on the cat but on the bush next to it. That also made the cat less sharp and next time you should try to avoid that.
Last thing is the overexposed part on the cat's head, that is the white spot. It happens when too much light goes through the lense. Adjusting your shutter speed like I told you should help with that too :)

Overall, it's a nice photo but you need practice with the technical stuff. Read some articles in the internet or buy a book about photography and you should get better!
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