How About... Cats?

Discussion in 'Nature & Wildlife' started by Double Negative, May 16, 2010.

  1. Double Negative

    Double Negative Active Member

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    It's too quiet around here.

    I wanted some nice portraits of the kitties; Tang (the orange one) and Zoe (the Maine Coon). What better to grab than the 'blad?

    Hasselblad 503CW and 4/150 Sonnar, shooting Kodak Portra 160VC. Scanned on Epson v700 with holder and ANR inserts. As scanned at 3,200dpi these shots are native at 24x24" printed - and they're sharper than they look below due to the resizing... I did print them on the PIXMA Pro9000 at 11x11" on matte paper and they're gorgeous.

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  2. Victorh

    Victorh Well-Known Member

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    Great cats, they seem to enjoy themselves very much in your home.

    Thanks!


    Vic.
     
  3. Double Negative

    Double Negative Active Member

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    Thank you, Vic! Indeed, they do - perhaps a little too much! :D
     
  4. Analog6

    Analog6 Well-Known Member

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    I have some too.
    Gremlin the Cornish Rex belongs to a friend in Sydney, I shot about 100 pics of him with the H2 in January. We are both on a cat lovers forum so when she said it was his birthday I made up a montage for her.

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    Have to hunt around for pics of our 6 taken with the Blad. I shall return
     
  5. Victorh

    Victorh Well-Known Member

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    What a lovely present.
    Well done.


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