Though not the best photo technically, I love the effect of Elvis in a sun ray. *ENTRY*...........It's that time again all you wonderfully................
................photographic pussycats and fine photographers!
............................Our photos this month are all about
.....cats in the light; sunlight, lamplight, light and shade
The winner will receive a rather wonderful TCS T-shirt!
Prizes can be shipped worldwide
Submissions will be accepted for the next seven days.
Choose the best picture you have for our monthly theme and post it to this thread. Please mention the cat's name!
- Image needs to be clear and not too small. 480 pixels high by 640 pixels wide minimum. Larger is better.
- One submission per member please
- No special effects, borders, graphics or text on the pictures.
Announcement - Photo Editing For Contests - What's Allowed, And What's Not
Photos will not necessarily be monitored during the contest. If your photo fails to comply with the above rules we may have to exclude it from the voting stage.
Our cats are ALL amazingly beautiful! This friendly photo contest is about the way in which the cat is captured in the picture. We're not looking for professional photography, but do try to keep things like image quality, lighting and composition in mind.
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Good luck everyone!
Thank you for making Shakespeare feel included. He won’t have hurt kitty feelings now. Kittens are cute in any light. I can’t take credit just for snapping the pic with a face like that! All the kitties here are wonderful in any light! Thank you!Of course!
I've been looking at the photo thinking 'Jcatbird has a better one than this??'
It was not a “real” camera. It was taken with my phone. Right place, right time.
Thank you! I thought it was special when I took it, and I love light. I also love natural photos with no filters or other effects, though it's fun to play around with them, and I love B&W photos.Me too. There are camera filters that you can add to a lens just to get this wonderful star effect. Elvis glows without the aid of a filter! Beautiful!