Second night of indoor night photography. Getting much better! This time was much calmer, and I managed to drop my ISO to 200 instead of 400/800/1600! There was also not so many blurry ones as the previous nights so I was able to actually pick which to upload Still not perfect - I'd love to get better at getting two light sources working perfectly that was it's not one super bright side and one super dark side but to a degree it's a cool effect.
About The Cat This is Oliver, he is just about two years old. My boyfriend and I had him since he was a kitten. There was a women going door to door trying to find him and his brothers/sisters a home because unfortunately her dog killed their mother. We took Oliver and he was our first pet together. He's got quite a personality to him, very playful and loves being the first to greet you at the door every day.
I love the composition in this~ The light/darkness contrast really made the model stood out! The model is also very pretty~~~
Though if you look at it more carefully, you could see the curtains and the windows being lit up because of the camera flash(?). I'd suggest choosing another environment to take the shot but oh well, what's done is done... But I think that it's good for a non-digitally manipulated photo.
For this photo I had one house lamp quite literately right out of frame on the left side and another house lamp a few feet away on the right side which was why it was so dark - I had thought about bringing it closer but the worry of him jumping up and burning himself on two lamps kinda stopped me but I totally agree it would have looked nicer with more of a fill. Once I get a real flash and some lights I think I'll have more control over things like that
Thanks, I just think I didn't put enough curve to the very left of his nose. He's missing part of his nose and his nose constantly has nasty boogers near it so I have to photoshop them out every photo. I know that's not really documenting who he really is but it's more appealing without them =/