Foster Kitten Before and After Post Processing
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Here are two photos of a foster kitten both before and after post processing. I use a cat toy called "Cat Dancer" to get the kitten to perform but I do not really want the cat toy in the photo. I like the "Cat Dancer" because it does a good job in getting the kittens to perform yet it is fairly easy to remove from the photo. Tell me how bad it really is.

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Good job on the edit and the pose.
Try taking them out side in the shade or by a big window instead of using flash
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Thank you for viewing and commenting. The problem is that they are not allowed outside of their room and the window in their room faces north and gets very little direct sun slight. I agree that natural lighting is better then flash lighting but sufficient natural light is not available. Yesterday they all went back to the shelter all the kittens were adopted within hours and went to their new homes so I no longer have them available to shoot.
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Thank you for viewing and commenting. The problem is that they are not allowed outside of their room and the window in their room faces north and gets very little direct sun slight. I agree that natural lighting is better then flash lighting but sufficient natural light is not available. Yesterday they all went back to the shelter all the kittens were adopted within hours and went to their new homes so I no longer have them available to shoot.
Glad they all found homes, good job!
North facing Windows are the best, next time try putting them on a table right next to the window, you'd be surprised


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