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CHEETA

CHEETA



comments (18)

  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 8 Jul 2009, 00:34
OMG, Aussie. That's pretty up close and personal. How beautiful.
Aussie: It was very close, I was lucky to get it.
that expression almost looks human..Good work
  • SAVO
  • United Kingdom
  • 8 Jul 2009, 05:56
what a gorgeous shot!
An absolute beauty, well taken.
  • vintage
  • Salsburg
  • 8 Jul 2009, 08:17
Great photo Mate good processing
Aussie: Thank you. Everyone is starting to miss you and keep asking me when you will be back.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 8 Jul 2009, 08:42
This expression I would describe as inscrutable Aussie
he looks so sad...
he looks so sad...
He posed well for you Aussie.
Great portrait Aussie. I love the expression!
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 8 Jul 2009, 16:25
You didn't use a polarizer methinks. Just a little less harsh on lighting (could be done with contrasting in PS) would be ideal.

Otherwise excellent with those dark eyes and tear lines.
Cats large or small are simply the most beautiful creatures on the planet...discussgrin
  • Mia
  • United States
  • 8 Jul 2009, 20:00
Ya know, I've never seen a cheetah in black and white, only because I always thought of them more beautiful in their yellow and black colors. But you've changed my mind - I think I prefer them in B&W now! They're one of my favorite animals and for you to capture it so well, this is a likey for me.
She is a beauty
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 9 Jul 2009, 03:22
Beautiful animal, nice portrait, Aussie.
good morning what a nice expression i wonder wwhat he was thinking very nice
Great shot Aussie.
What a beauty. Great shot! Definitely looks less scary in B&W.

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camera Canon EOS 5D
exposure mode aperture priority
shutterspeed 1/250s
aperture f/2.8
sensitivity ISO100
focal length 200.0mm
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