The Cheetah on Riyadh Zoo

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© Ikhwan Supriadi
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I shot it on Riyadh Zoo. I like this ceetah, becouse it is very natural, not like in zoo.

Regards,
Ikhwan Supriadi

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  • iwan pribadi

    iwan pribadi said (21 Nov 2009):

    picnya bagus pak, clear banget...

    koq bisa ya hanya objectnya aja yg focus?...

    (boleh tahu tak pak caranya)...

    rgds.pri

  • Ikhwan Supriadi

    Ikhwan Supriadi said (22 Nov 2009):

    Pak Iwan, berikut saya kutip postingan Pak Tomi di milis ahlan-klik:

    I first learned about "bo-ke" or boke in 1995, from Carl Weese, who learned about it from our mutual friend the oracular and extreme Oren Grad, who holds eight Master's degrees, three Ph.D.s, and an M.D., and who evidently taught himself Japanese so he could read Japanese photo magazines. (Perhaps I exaggerate these facts, but only slightly.) I then commissioned and published three articles about it in the March/April 1997 issue of Photo Techniques back when I was editor — one each by John Kennerdell, who is an American ex-pat living in Bangkok, Oren himself, and Harold Merklinger, a high-ranking research scientist in the Canadian defense establishment. It's one of the few issues of that magazine that sold out. My own contribution was...er, a letter. I decided that people too readily mispronounced "boke," so I added an "h" to the word in our articles, and voilá, "bokeh" was born. A Google search for the word "bokeh" just now resulted in approximately 13,300 hits. Seems the idea's gotten around.

    Actually, to be precise, what I had noticed was not just that people mispronounced the word as it was commonly spelled, but that they had a tendency to ridicule it, making lame jokes about it as if it rhymed with "smoke" or "toke" or "joke." Actually, even spelled boke, it is properly pronounced with bo as in bone and ke as in Kenneth, with equal stress on either syllable. It is a Japanese word meaning, roughly, "fuzzy," and it is used to describe old people with cobwebs in their heads among several other things — including the out-of-focus areas of photographs, which, I'm told, might more specifically be referred to as "boke-aji."

    keterangan lebih lengkap baca di: http://photo.net/mjohnston/column49/

  • timothy wombold

    timothy wombold gave props (29 Nov 2009):

    I love this shot, Looks very natural with the way the background looks

  • Sheila

    Sheila (Deleted) gave props (29 Nov 2009):

    Beautiful shot of a beautiful animal!

  • Linda Houghton

    Linda Houghton   gave props (1 Dec 2009):

    Awesome

  • Laurie Search

    Laurie Search gave props (1 Dec 2009):

    Beautiful!

  • Michaela K.

    Michaela K. gave props (2 Dec 2009):

    fantastic

  • Mohammed Al-Furaih

    Mohammed Al-Furaih   gave props (23 Dec 2009):

    Wonderful! :)

  • Tjerk Smit

    Tjerk Smit gave props (26 Dec 2009):

    Fantastic shot!

  • Roberto Noto

    Roberto Noto gave props (2 Feb 2010):

    you would never think it was at the zoo !!!.. awsm shot

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