Yeah, it makes it more of an artistic shot, and less of a "look at my pets" type of shot. Animal photography is hard (I think)... especially when you are trying to make it artsy. You've done a great job at capturing the animal and the art
"look at my pets" :lol , im not too keen on just submitting the quick snaps of my two fuzzbutts and what you say about animal photography is certainly true but iv been lucky alot! theres a swan couple not so far from me and after being there alot watching i realised the male swims off on his own alot ,i followed him and even tried calling with a wistle to my suprise he came swimming over! so i made him follow me down to where this rubbish was to show bueaty and the uglyness of the rubbish comparison i only had my old 1960's cam with a fish eye on but i was in petting distance at one point so like i said i was lucky!!!!.
oh tell me about it! my local two once did that and i got my cam up to my eyes tried to focus as it was a manual 70-200 they did it and i fired off a shot got my negs and it was blurry and i also miss timed it!
Thanks alot! i would and wouldent recommend getting a fuzzy there cute and lots of fun to play with ..but hard work at times (my two are anyway) id advise getting a girl there smaller and less agrresive
Thats very sweet.
I wanted a pet Ferret but they I have discovered they are nice and illegal to keep as pets where I live.
Grats to you for snapping that shot.
Ferret's are notorious for never sitting still!