Wow! Once again, you have created another inspiring photo. Unlike many photographers out there, you have a variety of different genres and styles you photograph, the perfect "Jack of All Trades".
I love the texture you managed to capture of the bunny's fur. Everything about the bunny seems soft and cute, and using the shirt as a "background" helps the bunny stand out again.
But, I feel the most attracting part of the photo is the fluffy, cute-ish feeling in invokes inside of you. The technique you used to achieve this feeling is superb, but sometimes it isn't the actual picture that is the most vital, rather it is the psychological effect it has on one's mind.
My first impression was, "awwww" I'm a bunny lover. mine and my Finance's mascot is a bunny .
The lighting is absolutly perfect. Not to bright or over exposed in any areas. Your blacks are beautiful and what I love the most is how you have made the rabbits eye the focal point of the image. The black of it's eyes go well with the black/darkblue on your shirt which brings the eye out very well. Every inch of bluriness is great. It's not over used and it is not under used either. I'm loving how well the whiskers pop out. Great job, Essa Must come from your 4 years of practice I envy, I have passion for photography as well
T'is probably four weeks old according to my observation. Rabbits like this'll probably grow for at least twelve to fifteen inches long for its adult age. I guess domesticated rabbits can only grow to that size here in the tropics. I'm not sure about the rabbits from cold places or other climates. :]
Haha, possibly!! i live in Iowa in the states, and we have crazy weather here, and i had a large albino lop-eared once, and got pretty hefty, but i'm on the lookout for something a little smaller.... XD So cute picture, though!!!!
Haha. lot's of people wanna squish those lil' buggers so's myself cause they're so cute. But it's bad for their health...>.> Ever since i was five, we've been taking care of 'em. I see lots of rabbits get born and die...generations to generations. It's hard to take care of them y'know. 'Specially when you're busy...