How to take great photos of your cat - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

How to take great photos of your cat

Updated: Feb 25, 2013 03:41 PM EST
© iStockphoto.com / Stig Andersen © iStockphoto.com / Stig Andersen
  • From The Daily CatMore>>

  • Cats suffer from allergies, too

    Cats suffer from allergies, too

    Even though cats tend to have fewer allergies than dogs, your feline friend could still be suffering without your knowledge.
     

    >>

    Even though cats tend to have fewer allergies than dogs, your feline friend could still be suffering without your knowledge.
     

    >>
  • Second-hand cat, first-rate pet

    Second-hand cat, first-rate pet

    Monday, January 10 2011 3:39 PM EST2011-01-10 20:39:38 GMT

    Adopting from a shelter, humane society or rescue group "means helping a cat who's already there and needs the love of an owner," he says.

    >>

    Adopting from a shelter, humane society or rescue group "means helping a cat who's already there and needs the love of an owner," he says.

    >>
  • Cat love and friendship

    Cat love and friendship

    Do cats feel love and establish friendships with other cats and with dogs and people?

    >>

    Do cats feel love and establish friendships with other cats and with dogs and people?

    >>

By Jessica Bush
From The Daily Cat 

 

Is it possible to take great photos of your cat -- without the help of a professional photographer?

After all, cats move quickly and often turn their heads or become uncooperative at the wrong moment. Some cats are simply afraid of the camera, other are read for a road trip to find the best photo sites.

A certain cartoon cat, Garfield, also says, "I'll rise, but I won't shine."

With time and patience, however, even the most camera-shy cat will eventually be ready for a close-up.

To best prepare for your photo shoot with your cat, begin by focusing on its comfort. This is easily accomplished by spending some cuddle time in a quiet space.

Hold your camera in your hand nearby so your cat can investigate. Once trust is established with the camera, try a few test shots while you're both relaxed.

Consider the hungry cat, just before mealtime, in a lovely surrounding. Why? A hungry cat is often attentive and persuaded.

This provides a perfect opportunity to lure your feline into that pile of rose petals or a basket of catnip you so cleverly arranged.

Can't get your cat's attention? Try finding a cute or funny moment during nap time.

If you have a digital camera, quantity is on your side. Take as many photos as you can and learn from them as you go.

You just might surprise yourself by capturing a candid moment that could become the new family favorite.

 

Jessica Bush is a pet blogger and pet enthusiast located in Birmingham, Ala.

Copyright © 2013 Studio One Networks. All rights reserved.

HD DOPPLER 6i
/
*DISCLAIMER*: The information contained in or provided through this site section is intended for general consumer understanding and education only and is not intended to be and is not a substitute for professional advice. Use of this site section and any information contained on or provided through this site section is at your own risk and any information contained on or provided through this site section is provided on an "as is" basis without any representations or warranties.