Discussion in 'Photography and Imaging' started by miketx, Feb 16, 2018.
I shot this cat the other day. Bastards outside playing now.
Keeps shitting in the bathtub...^^
NO that's what you do when oldlady racks you up.
The monolith is cropped. That can't be very professional, can it?
It's very professional noob!
I disagree, Old Timer.
BTW, cool-looking cat you got. Reminds me of a Maine Coon I had once.
In Russian, through an automatic translator translates as "I killed this cat ..." The English language is interesting with the polysemy of words. It's good for poetry, but awful for automatic translation
To avoid offtopic The first photos I started doing somewhere in years in 5-6, in 1978 or 1979. But my parents exhibited and printed these photos. There were no photolabs in the USSR, so all the technical process of photo printing was done at home And completely independently, from photography to photo printing, I learned to take photographs somewhere in the mid-1980s. Many photographic films of that time disappeared, but some remained. Here, for example, a ram on the roof of a barn near neighbors, 1985 year
Now doubt he was trying to get away from you!
Here still with the same photographic film. This hedgehog could not get away from me. Then he lived for a few months with us, until, nevertheless, he ran off for another evening walk
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